Last week, security officials of the regional countries met in Bishkek for discussion on Afghanistan, World Bank (WB) announced $300 million aid and pledged resumption of Central Asia South Asia (CASA)-1000 project in the country.
Last week, 20.9 million dollars aid was announced for Afghanistan, religious scholars urged the government to allow girls to study and Pakistan closed crossings with Afghanistan, leaving hundreds of vehicles and people stranded on both sides.
Last week Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rahman visited Kabul and met European Union representatives and leaders of the Islamic Emirate to discuss interaction and remove misunderstanding between the two neighbors.
Kazakhstan last week removed the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) from its sanction list and the UN Security Council adopted a resolution on Afghanistan, but Russia and China abstained and $27.8 million aid was announced for the country.
Last week, more than seven million dollars assistance was pledged to Afghanistan, a two-day conference held in Doha and the US slapped a ban on two officials of IEA -- a decision slammed by the caretaker government in Kabul
Last week, the Federation of Human Rights Defenders said the deporation of Afghan refguees from Pakistna should be stopped and a delegation of Muslim scholars asked the Islamic Ummah to support the Afghans.
The acting government last week lodged a protest with Russia about a meeting of some Afghan politicians in Moscow. An Iranian official last week claimed security cooperation between Afghanistan and the region in the war on Daesh had yielded positive results.