Hussaini Mazari, in the question and answer session held by the women's section of the Tebyan Center in Mashhad, emphasized that the women of the society should coordinate to solve their own problems within the framework of Islamic laws and make demands from the society and the Islamic Emirate. The problems of today's society in Afghanistan are the ...
Sardar Mohammad Shakib, the ambassador of the Islamic Emirate in Pakistan, emphasized that more than 1,000 Afghan citizens are imprisoned in Pakistan, and asked Islamabad to stop arresting Afghan immigrants.
Khalil al-Rahman Haqqani, Acting Minister of Migrants and Returnees Affairs, in the "coordination meeting between the central and provincial units of the Ministry of Migrants Affairs" asked all aid organizations, especially the United Nations, to deal with the problems of Afghan migrants.
The Afghan Embassy in Pakistan announced the release of about 500 out of 2,000 Afghan immigrants who are in Pakistani prisons. According to this institution, efforts to free the remaining 1,500 asylum seekers continue.
The Acting Minister of Refugees and Returnees of the Islamic Emirate, in a meeting with Iran's Vice President of Travel in Kabul, called for greater ease in the areas of education, health and other basic needs for Afghan refugees in Iran.
Thousands of Afghan refugees and former collaborators of the American forces, who looked to the United States in search of better conditions for life after the overthrow of the previous government, are now worried that they will be in danger of being deported from this country after the expiration of their conditional stay.
Recently, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has asked the countries of the region and the world to allow all those who fled Afghanistan to reach their original destination and enjoy their legal right to asylum.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Today's View: Except for the humiliating rejection of nearly 100 refugees with naked bodies, which can be unprecedented in the history of immigration in the contemporary era and recorded as a deeply anti-human and anti-Islamic move, the news Many others have been published about the heinous, violent, disgusting and harmful ...
Ministry of Refugees and returnees, in a meeting with the Islamic Republic of Iran's ambassador to Kabul, has appreciated the forty year hosting of Afghan immigrants and calls for further cooperation with the Iranian government in providing services to immigrants and providing work for citizens.
A Japanese newspaper has reported that 40% of Afghan refugees in this country have returned to Afghanistan. It has been said that they were forced to leave Japan due to government pressure and the country's lack of support for them.