Saturday 29 August 2015

In this episode of Mehwar host Samer Rasa, discusses the Turkmenistan President's visit to Kabul. With him in the studio is political analyst Haroon Amirzada and Suhrab Bahman, an economic analyst.

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Programs - Mehwar

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday met with his Turkmen counterpart, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, in Kabul where the two leaders held wide-ranging discussions on a number of key topics including major economic projects and further expansion of trade and commercial ties between the two neighbors.

Providing technical support to Afghanistan's carpet industry, the implementation of electricity supply from Turkmenistan via Afghanistan to Pakistan, the establishment of oil and gas pipelines to Aqina port, providing funds for implementation of Afghanistan railway networks starting from Aqina onward to Sheberghan and Sher Khan Bandar port, the establishment of Herat-Torghundi railway link, the expansion of transit ties with Afghanistan, the rehabilitation of ancient silk route and the implementation of the TAPI project are among the major economic projects which the two presidents agreed upon in their meeting.

Turkmenistan president futher said that political consensus and negotiations were the key solution to the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan and it helps to restore long term peace and stability in the coutrny. He said if needed his country will play a role of neutral country in the peace process while Turkmenistan itself is concerned about the movements of terrorist groups including Turkmen militnats along the border.

In this episode of FARAKHABAR, host Fawad Aman discusses the topic with the following guests:

Azarakhsh Hafizi, head of international affairs department of Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries

Sayed Masoud, economist

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Programs - Fara Khabar

Afghanistan's former president Sebghatullah Mojaddedi on Thursday announced the establishment of a new political party – the Council of Jihadi – which aims to put pressure on the National Unity Government to bring about reform. Among promiment Afghan politicians leading the party are included of Sebghatullah Mojaddedi, Mohammad Karim Khalili, Ahmad Zia Massoud, Sayed Hussain Anwari, Pir Sayed Ahmad Gillani, Qazi Mohammad Amin Weqad, Qutbuddin Hilal.

Addressing the launching ceremony, former president Mojaddedi accused the neighboring countries of intervention in Afghanistan's internal affairs and funding the terrorist groups. Council members reiterated that it is not seeking the national unity government collapse. However, the council members clarified that it will not remain silent against what they call it transgress the red line and violate the laws.

In this episode of Tawde Khabare, host Shahpor Bakhtyar discuses the topic with the following guests,

Gul Padshah Majidi, MP
Maulana Farid, political analyst
Mohammad Nadir Afghan, member of Jihadi Council

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Programs - Tawde Khabare

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