Hamid Karzai Current Affairs, GK & News
On September 11, India, Iran and Afghanistan held their first tripartite meeting in Kabul during which implementation of the Chabahar port project and a host of other issues discussed. The Indian delegation was led by Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale while the Iranian team was headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi. Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister ..
Ashraf Ghani has been sworn-in as the new President of Afghanistan after Mr. Hamid Karzai. His oath taking marks the first ever peaceful transition of power in the terror hit nation. Afghanistan has been grappling with terrorism and has been a continuous victim of extremist activity. The ruling government in the nation was also under ..
The US President Barak Obama arrived in Afghanistan capital Kabul, on a surprise visit. US President Barak Obama and Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai have signed historic Strategic Partnership Agreement outlining cooperation between the two countries after withdrawal of all international forces in 2014. The agreement marks the beginning of the end of a war against ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2012
The Afghanistan government of Hamid Karzai and China established a formal diplomatic relationship in late 2001 shortly after the collapse of the Taliban regime. Afghan President Hamid Karzai visited China for the first time in 2002. He later made some more official visits, the most recent in March 2010. Former Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai visited ..
Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani was a leader of Jamiat-e Islami Afghanistan and former President of Afghanistan. He served as President from 1992–1996, but later was forced to leave Kabul because of the Taliban takeover of the city. Afghanistan saw his comeback in 2001. He was assassinated on 20th September 2011. He was the head of Afghanistan ..
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