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KABUL (Pajhwok): The United Kingdom (UK) has pledged up to £155 million in development aid for 2021 at the Afghanistan 2020 Conference in Geneva, a
KABUL and reaffirm UK commitment to improving the current situation, according to a statement on Wednesday. During her meeting with Afghanistan’s Acting Human Rights Minister,
KABUL a meaningful role in peace talks and protect them from violence while they are on the frontline of negotiations, ahead of the 20th anniversary
KABUL and its people and stressed the reduction in violence and political settlement to the conflict. Addressing a Heart of Asia meeting through video, UK
KABUL. The agreement came during a videoconference on Tuesday between the special envoys of the two countries for Afghanistan. Uzbekistan’s Ismatulla Irgashev and UK’s Gareth
KABUL (Pajhwok): After being hospitalised with coronavirus earlier in the month, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is all poised to return to work today (Monday).
KABUL (Pajhwok) The United Kingdom has welcomed the inauguration of President Ashraf Ghani, saying it will work with his government in the interest of all
KABUL’s Independent Electoral Bodies. This includes a planned contribution of £4 million to support preparations for the Presidential election. British Ambassador, Alison Blake said: “I
KABUL Alison Blake has pledged continued support to building an inclusive, democratic, prosperous and peaceful future for all in Afghanistan, a statement said on Saturday.
KABUL in various sectors and his country would continue helping Afghanistan. Nicholas Lea, senior economic advisor to the British government, told a news conference in