25% Rise in Iran-Afghanistan Trade Exchange
Head of Mashhad Office of Iran-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce says the trade exchange between Iran and Afghanistan has increased by 25% and admitted that Afghan Government does not give concession easily.
‘90% of world’s opium coming from Afghanistan is a very serious threat’
Eskandar Momeni, the director of anti-narcotics police headquarters, has said it is a very serious threat that around 90 percent of the world's opium comes from Afghanistan.
The woes America left behind in Afghanistan
Last year this month, Army Major General Christopher T. Donahue went down in history as the last American soldier to depart Afghanistan. He boarded a C-17 at Kabul Airport under cover of night in what has been widely seen as another Saigon moment.
Heads of Iran, Afghanistan railways confer on mutual cooperation
The heads of the railways of Iran and Afghanistan met on Monday in Tehran to discuss avenues of mutual cooperation and ways for resuming halted joint projects, the portal of Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (known as RAI) reported.
Afghanistan Turning Into Nest of Terrorists
When the Taliban took power in Afghanistan and Western forces, led by the U.S., were forced to leave this country, many analysts believed that Afghanistan would not experience peaceful future because they believed the U.S. and its allies would turn Afghanistan into the scene of clashes and terrorist acts and in recent months several bombs have been exploded in different parts of this country killing dozens of people both Sunni and Shiite.
Iran Exports to Afghanistan Decline by 40% in Weight
Iran's Customs Administration spokesman Rouollah Latifi says in last Iranian calendar year, Iran exported 4.187 tons of goods worth $1.839b to Afghanistan which shows 40$ decline in terms of weight and 20$ in value comparing to the preceding year.
Iran’s annual exports to Afghanistan exceed $1.8b
Iran exported 4.187 million tons of commodities worth $1.839 billion to Afghanistan in the previous Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20) to register a 20-percent decline in terms of value compared to the preceding year, ILNA reported.
Iran blames Afghanistan’s inconsistent decisions for Hamoun wetland’s critical condition
An Iranian MP has said a lack of inconsistency among decisions made by Afghan rulers has caused a serious problem in resolving the Hamoun wetland’s critical condition.
Any Delay May Lead to Losing Afghanistan Market
Head of Iranian Export Confederation believes if Iran hesitates it will lose Afghanistan trade market because other countries are entering it.
World and Double Standard Policy
It seems governments in the world are suffering from double standard policy disease and their reactions to the similar events are totally different and biased and this is something which hurts the nations and make them lose their hopes and trusts on the performance and tasks of the international bodies.