Press TV December 4, 2020 Iran has warned about “suspicious” moves by those who seek to disrupt cordial relations between Tehran and Kabul, after a video purportedly showing Afghan nationals being insulted by Iranians went viral. The Iranian Police issued an announcement on Friday suggesting the video published on social media with regards to insulting
Tolo News: Local officials in Afghanistan’s western province of Herat on Wednesday said that, for the first time, imported goods arrived in the province from Iran via the Herat-Khawaf railway. The cargo was “500 (metric) tons of cement,” said officials. Meanwhile, another passenger train carrying Iranian officials also arrived in the Ghoryan district of Herat.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty November 15, 2020 Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Christopher Miller has signaled that he could accelerate the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the Middle East. In his first message to the U.S. armed services since his appointment by President Donald Trump, Miller wrote on November 13 that “all wars must end”
Although the terrorists took the lives of the youth of Afghanistan, the alliance between #Tehran and #Kabul is a clear answer to those who think they can intimidate us. Tonight, video-mapping of Azadi Tower by #TehranMunicipality is a sign of our solidarity and #sympathy. pic.twitter.com/DDi2s3sG3O — M. R. Javadi Yeganeh (@javadimr) November 5, 2020 Radio
1TV: An experimental train from Iran arrived in Afghanistan on Wednesday, Afghan officials in the border province of Herat said. The train arrived on Herat-Khaf railway as officials preparing to inaugurate the third phase of the 218 kilometers project next week. The third phase begins from Iran’s Sham Tegh and ends in Herat’s Rawzanak village.
1TV: Raising the issue of forming an interim government at this stage will not help the peace process, head of Afghanistan’s High Council for National Reconciliation, Abdullah Abdullah, has said. Speaking in an interview with Iran’s state broadcaster IRIB during his visit to the neighboring country, Abdullah said that the talks are at a very
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty October 19, 2020 U.S. envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad warned on October 18 after a car bomb killed 14 people in Ghor in central Afghanistan that continued high levels of violence in the country could threaten the peace process. Khalilzad said in a series of tweets that violence has “stalked” Afghans
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty October 18, 2020 Afghanistan’s top peace negotiator has arrived in neighboring Iran as intra-Afghan peace negotiations are under way in the Gulf state of Qatar. Negotiators from the Afghan government and the Taliban have been locked in talks since September 12 but have been unable to agree on a framework for
By Frud Bezhan Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty October 2, 2020 The Afghan government and the Taliban will need to find compromises on a plethora of contentious issues to reach a peace settlement — from civil liberties and women’s rights to the country’s name and flag. The most crucial issue facing the warring sides is the makeup
Ariana: Iran says that the Khaf-Herat railway border stations will be completed in less than three months. Khaf-Herat railway, 35km in length, would smoother trade between Afghanistan and Iran. Click here to read more (external link).