The Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) is the first non-governmental media established after the fall of the previous Taliban rule and the establishment of the republican system at the end of 1380 AH. Although the employees of this news agency have a long history in news work, as they entered the field of media work for the first time with the establishment of Tebyan news agency in 1371 and before that, Faryadd Ashura weekly, but the they continues to The work, but more serious and professional with the establishment AVA in 1380 AH, by Seyyed Isa Hosseini Mazari in Kabul city.
This news agency is currently active in Afghanistan as one of the important and influential news agencies, and all its news programs are directed through the central office in Kabul. In addition to the central office in Kabul, domestic news is provided through five offices in Herat, Mazar-i-Sharif, Bamyan, Kandahar and Ghazni. These offices, each of which is located in the important provinces of the country, cover the surrounding provinces as a news zone.
Afghan Voice Agency(AVA) is again the first Afghan media that has a representative office abroad and obtains an important part of its foreign news through representative offices in the Islamic Republic of Iran, in the cities of Mashhad, Tehran and Qom. Our colleagues in Europe and America actively cooperate with the Afghan Voice Agency agency (AVA) in providing foreign news.
With the re-establishment of the Islamic Emirate's rule in Afghanistan, AVA News Agency and its reporters, unlike many other media, are still present inside the country and continue to inform about national interests and people's interests.