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NUG to send list of Second Minister’s Nominees to Parliament Soon

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pic 1 Officials in National Unity Government have stated that the second list of the new Minister’s Nominees has been ready to be sent to Parliament to receive confidence votes from the Afghan lawmakers.

One of the closer re-source to the President has said,” the second list of the new ministers for the cabinet had been completed.”

Meanwhile Afghanistan CEO office has insisted that soon we will introduce new replaces Ministers and new Ministers for the Afghanistan parliament to receive votes confidence.

In the first voting process in the house of the parliament only following ministers have been capable to receive trust votes Foreign Affairs, Interior Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Public health, Immigration and repatriation, Rural rehabilitation, Mines and petroleum, Haji and religious and Chief National security directorate NDS, the above mentioned Ministers and Chief NDS to do swearing ceremony on Sunday and begin working.

Some of the other Governmental departments which are being led by the acting Ministers their missions will also end soon.

CEO office urged that we will introduce the new list of the Ministers nominees and till the end of official vacation of the Afghan lawmakers will introduce new acting Ministers for those departments.

CEO Deputy Spokesman Asif Ashna has said,” Discussions are under way over those new ministers, and others who have failed due to any reasons, and new acting ministers to be appointed for those offices being led by the acting ministers that their mission ends soon.”

There are roamers that some of the Ministers who have failed will be re-introduced to the parliament to receive votes of confidence.

Member of the Haq and Adalat party Moeen Marastial who is closer person to the president has claimed the second list of the new Minister nominees already has made ready those who couldn’t receive confidence votes will be replaced based on their professionalism, talents, and eligibility they will be introduced to the parliament when Mps back to their duty after their winter season vacation.

It said that first vice deputy Gen,Abdul Raheed Dustom to introduce new nominee for the Ministry of Defense.

After one of the other nominees for Ministry of culture and information had been introduced by Gen,Dustom after failing he has introduced Abdul Bari Jahani instead.

Let’s wait and watch when the discussions for formation of the new cabinet ends.

Reported By : Hameed Sediqi

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At least five dead in Kabul mosque bombing

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Kabul Emergency Hospital report at least five people have died and 22 wounded in this evening’s explosion at a mosque.

The incident happened in PD4 at the Hazrat Zakaria mosque.

No group has yet claimed responsibility for the blast.

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IEA printing passports in Lithuania to resolve shortage problem

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The General Directorate of Passports of the Interior Ministry of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) said Wednesday that efforts are being made to address the shortage of passport booklets in Afghanistan and that tens of thousands of passports will be available in the next few days.

The directorate said on Wednesday that three million passport booklets have been printed in Lithuania and will be delivered to Kabul within two weeks.

According to officials this is being done in cooperation with the United Nations.

Meanwhile, Shafiullah Tasal, media secretary for the General Directorate of Passports, told VOA that a Lithuanian company printed the passports and that the IEA government has paid the company.

According to Tasal discussions were currently underway regarding delivery.

The IEA has been only issuing ten-year passports for the past month to Afghans over the age of 15.

Children and teenagers under the age of 15 are issued with five-year passports.

The IEA charges more than 5,000 Afghanis for a five-year passport and 10,000 Afghanis for a ten-year passport.

For several weeks now, the distribution of passports across Afghanistan has stopped, and the IEA has only distributed them in Kabul.

However the General Directorate of Passports said once the new shipment of passports arrives, distribution will resume in all provinces.

Two days ago, the department said that a number of people had recently printed fake passport booklets in “neighboring countries” and illegally distributed them to the public in exchange for money.

According to the department, some of these “profiteers” have been detained by IEA intelligence officials and are being investigated.

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Tajikistan to host regional security summit on Afghanistan

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Tajikistan is scheduled to host a regional security summit on Afghanistan on Thursday and Friday this week.

The meeting will be held in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, and will be attended by representatives from countries in the region.

In addition to this, another meeting was held this week between an Afghan Defense Ministry delegation and the commander of the Uzbek Border Guards.

At this meeting, Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) officials reassured Uzbekistan that Afghanistan’s territory will not pose a threat to any country.

Meanwhile, Tajikistan will host this week’s meeting following successive meetings of regional countries on the situation in Afghanistan, which will be attended by national security advisers of countries in the region.

They are expected to review the security, political, economic and humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.

The meeting will be held on Thursday and Friday in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, and will be attended by India’s national security adviser and representatives from Russia, China, Iran and Central Asian countries, Indian media reported, but it is unclear whether Pakistan will send a delegation to this meeting or not.

“The border situation and the threat posed by terrorism to Central Asian countries and Afghanistan’s other neighbors will be discussed at the meeting,” India’s national security adviser was quoted as saying. “Women’s rights and the need to form an inclusive government will also be discussed,” The Times of India reported.

The Islamic Emirate, however, has repeatedly said that there is no threat from Afghanistan to neighboring countries and the region, and instead called on these countries to expand their interactions and cooperation with the new Afghan government.

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