Zamir Kabulov, Russia's special representative for Afghanistan affairs, called the Doha meeting inconclusive due to the differences between the region and the West and criticized the West for its position towards Afghanistan.
Zamir Kablov, the special representative of the Russian president for Afghanistan, says that Moscow has proposed a new framework for the development of a regional approach to Afghanistan, in which the countries of India, Pakistan, Iran, China and Russia will participate.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Today's view: The main goal of the enemies of Afghanistan and the established government is to instill fear and panic so that the active embassies in Kabul, according to Saudi Arabia, decide to evacuate their forces, and in this way, the remarkable successes of the Islamic Emirate In the field of establishing relations and ...
Zamir Kabulov, the special representative of the Russian President for Afghanistan affairs, announced the holding of a meeting centered on Afghanistan and said that Moscow is preparing to host this meeting next week.
To ensure stability and peace in Afghanistan, Pakistan’s ministry of foreign affairs said Islamabad and Moscow have reaffirmed their commitment to continuing practical engagement with the Afghan authorities.
Hana Rabbani Kahar, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Pakistan, met with Zamir Kabulov, Russia's special representative for Afghanistan, and both sides discussed peace, regional security and issues related to Afghanistan.
Mohammad Sadiq, Pakistan's special representative for Afghanistan affairs, said that Zamir Kabulov, Russia's special representative for Afghanistan affairs, visited Islamabad and the two sides discussed the development of bilateral cooperation and developments in Afghanistan.
Zamir Kabulov, Russia's special representative for Afghanistan affairs, says that Russia is interested in participating in the project if the partners of the TAPI project, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, request it.
Regional security issues and the problems of stabilizing the situation in Afghanistan were the focus of the meeting of Zamir Kabulov, the special representative of the Russian President for Afghanistan, with Amir Khan Muttaqi, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs. In this meeting, Zamir Kabulov emphasized his country's support for the people of Afghanistan ...
Zamir Kabulov, the special representative of the Russian president for Afghanistan, said that the process of recognizing the Islamic Emirate has started with the participation of representatives of this government in regional meetings, including the Moscow format in November.
Russia's special representative for Afghanistan, stating that the cause of the financial crisis in Afghanistan is the freezing of Afghan assets by the United States and NATO countries, said that in all the countries participating in this meeting, in the final statement of They asked America to cancel the banking restrictions against Afghanistan and ...
Following the statements of Zamir Kabulov, Russia's special representative for Afghanistan affairs, that the number of members of the Deash terrorist group in Afghanistan has tripled within a year, Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, denied this claim in a tweet and said that this estimate it is far from reality.
Russia’s special envoy to Afghanistan has said that his country is not following the West in recognizing the current government in Afghanistan, adding that it may recognize the government of the Islamic Emirate.
Some members of the US intelligence, which accuses Russia of conspiring with Taliban members, are involved in drug trafficking from Afghanistan, said Russian president’s special envoy for Afghanistan affairs, Zamir Kabulov.
Special presidential envoy to Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov, in an interview with a Federal News Agency correspondent on March 3, said that Russia could send troops to Afghanistan to fight terrorism if the country’s official authorities ask for it.