Decision to put off Afghan presidential election made under US influence
Afghanistan’s Independent Election Commission could make a decision to postpone the presidential election scheduled for April 20 until June 20 under pressure from the United States, which needs …
Russia, Japan, UN agree on cooperation in fighting Afghan drug threat
Russia, Japan and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime will cooperate in the fight against the Afghan drug threat, according to a trilateral declaration signed in the UN Vienna office on Monday.
Refusal to take part in conference on Afghanistan reflects Washington’s hypocrisy
The United States’ refusal to take part in the conference on Afghanistan scheduled to be held in Moscow on September 4 reflects the hypocrisy of Washington’s peace rhetoric with respect to …
Lavrov rejects possibility of using Taliban to fight Islamic State
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has rejected the possibility of representatives of the Taliban movement (outlawed in Russia) being used by Russia to fight the Islamic State (IS, terror group, …
Afghanistan expects Russia to help arrange talks with Taliban
Kabul expects that Moscow will succeed in convincing the Taliban movement (outlawed in Russia) to come to the negotiating table, Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Russia Abdul Qayoum Kochai said at a …
Moscow may host talks on Afghanistan involving Taliban in early September
In early September, Moscow may host a new meeting on Afghanistan, which will involve the Taliban movement, Head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Second Asia Department Zamir Kabulov told TASS …
ISIS: American tool in Afghanistan
Having lost ground in Iraq and Syria ISIS (a terrorist organization, banned in Russia) faced a serious reduction of cash flow, pointed out Dmitry Feoktistov, Deputy Director of the Department on New …
Trump Afghan Policy Allows for Unconditional Contacts With Taliban
Russian Foreign Minister says the new US strategy for Afghanistan makes it possible to contact Taliban without preconditions that they must meet.
The new US policy on Afghanistan allows …
NATO Members Ready to Increase Troop Numbers in Afghanistan
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO was not planning to resume combat operations in Afghanistan.
Fifteen countries participating in NATO’s Resolute Support mission …
U.S. getaway from Afghanistan
For many years, U.S. authorities have been conducting brutal policies aimed at maintaining its global supremacy. With unabashed arrogance they have been stepping over dead bodies trying to subdue the …