Minister of Foreign Affairs (Afghanistan)

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Name: Minister of Foreign Affairs (Afghanistan)
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 1 reports

Chinese President to visit anytime soon: FO

September 19, 2014 Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said on Thursday that Chinese President Xi Jinping would visit Pakistan soon, as the two governments were in touch to finalise the dates of his trip. The spokesperson told a weekly media briefing ... [Published Business Recorder - Sep 19 2014]
First reported Sep 17 2014 - Updated Sep 17 2014 - 1 reports

Training & funding terrorists: Afghan allegations are unfounded & counter-productive: foreign office

September 17, 2014 Pakistan on Tuesday termed the latest Afghan allegations as "unfounded and counter-productive" wherein the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and National Security Council alleged the country's spy agencies for training and funding ... [Published Business Recorder - Sep 17 2014]
First reported Aug 17 2014 - Updated Aug 17 2014 - 1 reports

More rockets landed into Kunar from Pak

News Detail AT News ReportASADABAD: Pakistan once again for the second time this week shelled more than 100 rockets into eastern Kunar province.The provincial police chief, Gen. Abdul Rahman Sayid Khil, said Sunday that at least 126 rockets landed into ... [Published Afghanistan Times - Aug 17 2014]

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She also quoted the Chinese President as having told the Adviser "this relationship [between Pakistan and China] is insulated from developments around the world. We should, therefore, not be concerned in this regard. The visit will take place as soon as possible. The two governments are in touch" . The Chinese President, who is visiting the South Asian countries, recently postponed his Pakistan's trip in the wake of the ongoing political impasse...
"Abdussamad Samad called Punjabi Taliban's latest announcement about expanding war in the territory of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is a clear and dangerous interference by the Pakistani intelligence groups in the domestic affairs of Afghanistan and considered these types of activities against the lives of the innocent people of Afghanistan" , the statement further added
Sayid Samim Rahpaya, an analyst and lecturer in Kabul University, said past's lessons and experiences should be remembered by the Afghan government. "If we look at the past Pakistan has not been honest with Afghans and Afghanistan from the past. It has always tried to create instability in this country thus Kabul should come up with another solution regarding the cross-Durand Line attacks by Pakistan" he added

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