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Russia ready to cooperate with NATO on combating terrorism in Afghanistan

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(Last Updated On: October 25, 2022)

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Russia has expressed its readiness to cooperate with NATO forces to fight against terrorism in Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov, Russia’s special envoy for Afghanistan said.

Kabulov stated that Russia’s presence will be in one condition that the NATO declares agreement.

“This is possible on condition of honest and frank cooperation on NATO’s part. This, as they say, is a two-way traffic street,” Zamir Kabulov, Russia’s special envoy for Afghanistan said.

Meanwhile, Afghan Presidential Palace welcomed Russia’s readiness for cooperation.

“Afghanistan is fighting against terrorism. We welcome and support anyone who are eager to stand against terrorism,” Dawa Khan Mina Pal, President’s deputy spokesman said.

A number of Afghan law makers also praised Russia’s readiness for cooperation against terrorism.

“Coincides with deteriorated security situation and terror presence in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan borders, Russia becomes ready to fight against terrorism, but we hope they seriously take actions,” Muhammad Hashem, representative of Faryab said.

“We welcome their readiness but they should start activities in consultation of Afghan government and NATO’s framework,” Saheb Khan, representative of Logar said.

Afghanistan is suffering from terrorist attacks in the country by the Taliban militant group. The Islamic State jihadist group and al-Qaeda also pose a threat to the country’s stability.

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Nearly 900,000 children in Afghanistan suffer from excessive weight loss

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(Last Updated On: December 7, 2022)

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has announced that it urgently needs help to treat children and deal with the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.

On Wednesday, UNICEF announced that about 875,000 children in Afghanistan suffer from excessive weight loss. The children’s charity says it needs help to treat children and prevent further malnutrition in 2023.

On the other hand, UNICEF announced on Tuesday through a humanitarian appeal that children are facing a historic confluence of crises around the world.

The agency has requested $10.3 billion for 2023 to address the plight of 110 million children worldwide.

Recently, the United Nations announced that 97 percent of the Afghan population lives below the poverty line.

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IEA defense minister meets Dubai ruler, US envoy

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(Last Updated On: December 7, 2022)

Acting Defense Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Mawlavi Mohammad Yaqoob Mujahid, met with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE and ruler of Dubai on Tuesday.

Mujahid also met with Afghan businessmen based in the UAE, the ministry said in a statement.

In his meeting with the Dubai ruler, both sides discussed the strengthening of ties between Afghanistan and the UAE and the facilitation of business services for businessmen and other important issues, said the statement.

In addition, Mujahid met with US Special Representative for Afghanistan Tomas West in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

According to a statement, both sides discussed the current situation in Afghanistan.

Mujahid assured the US Special Representative that all the borders are secure in Afghanistan, saying that there is no threat from Afghan territory to the countries of the region and the world.

Afghan soil has never been used against any other country and never will be used, said Mujahid

He also told West that the world should respect the territorial integrity of Afghanistan.

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West, Abdullah discuss ‘urgent need’ for political dialogue among Afghans

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US special envoy for Afghanistan, Thomas West, said on Tuesday he met with Abdullah Abdullah, the former head of Afghanistan’s reconciliation council, in India and discussed the “urgent need” for national political dialogue among Afghans.

West said on Twitter that there is consensus among the international community on the need for political dialogue among Afghans.

“There is consensus in int’l community on this imperative, which Afghans must lead and shape,” West said.

During his visit to India, West also met with Indian officials including Deputy National Security Adviser Vikram Misri and foreign ministry’s joint secretary JP Singh

“As fellow friend of Afghan people, US deeply appreciates India’s generous humanitarian support and commitment to Afghans’ fundamental rights,” West said.

This comes after the head of an IEA commission working for the return of former officials recently suggested that there is no need for a national political dialogue.

“We should join hands and build our country. Everything is fine. Every Afghan has got the right to serve in their country. There is no need to launch a new process and undermine security,” Shahabuddin Delawar said.

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