September 28, 2021;

In a short message on Twitter, Ambassador Hassan Soroosh extended his gratitude to the government of Canada for “conveying strong messages in support of the people of Afghanistan and our shared values during the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly and the side events on Afghanistan throughout last week.”

Ottawa, October 5, 2021

We express our profound gratitude to the University Women Helping Afghan Women (UWHAW)-Canadian Federation of University Women-Ottawa for organizing and taking part in the Stand with Afghan Women walk in Ottawa this past Saturday.
Thank you for your consistent efforts voicing support for Afghan women and girls.

Photos by UWHAW

Ottawa, October 9, 2021;

In a brief message on Twitter, Ambassador Hassan Soroosh extended his heartfelt gratitude to the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada and "thousands of kind-hearted volunteers, friends of Afghanistan and members of our diaspora community for helping our fellow Afghans settle & feel at home here in Canada.

In an earlier message, Ambassador Soroosh expressed his gratefulness to the government of Canada for "showing leadership in expanding the humanitarian resettlement program for Afghanistan and for standing alongside the people of Afghanistan in defence of our shared values."

Ottawa, October 12, 2021;

n a short message on Twitter, Ambassador Hassan Soroosh extended his gratitude to the government of Canada "for joining the rest of our international partners in the G20 Extraordinary Leaders' Meeting on Afghanistan today to help prevent a humanitarian catastrophe and preserve the human rights of all citizens including of women & girls in Afghanistan."

میلاد با سعادت پیامبر اکرم (ص) مبارک باد!ـ
د نبی کریم (ص) نیکمرغه میلاد دی مبارک وی!ـ

Ottawa: October 15, 2021;

We express our deepest condolences to the families of the victims of the cowardly terrorist attack that took place today in Kandahar and wish those injured a speedy recovery.
Ambassador Hassan Soroosh tweeted earlier on this tragedy: “Last week in Kunduz & today in Kandahar! Terrorists continue to target innocent worshippers in Afghanistan. These brutal and cowardly terrorist attacks are clear manifestations of crimes against humanity. Terrorism remains a global threat & requires an effective global response.”

Ottawa: October 22, 2021

Afghan women continue to courageously stand up and protest across the country demanding their basic rights including access to education and the right to work.

راهپیمایی فعالین مدنی امروز در کابل این‌ها خواسته‌های واضح دارند؛ بازگشایی مکتب‌های دخترانه، بازگشت زنان به کار، و پایان دادن به فقر.

The march of civil activists in Kabul today. They have clear demands; the reopening of girls schools, the return of women to work, and the end of poverty.

Ottawa-October 25, 2021: Many congratulations on this great victory!
Ambassador Soroosh expressed earlier his "heartiest congratulations to our proud cricket team and to our fellow Afghans around the world on this great victory."
We thank the #BluePower for bringing so much joy to our people during this tragic time.

Ottawa- September 16, 2021

TIME Magazine has recognized Mahbouba Seraj, founder of the Afghan Women’s Network and a passionate woman activist from Afghanistan, as one of the 100 Most Influential People of 2021. Ms. Seraj "has dedicated herself to championing children's health, battling corruption and empowering victims of domestic violence" in Afghanistan. Ms. Seraj decided to remain in Afghanistan and help her fellow country women in this challenging time.

We express our heartful congratulations to Ms. Seraj on this timely recognition and wish her every success in her struggle for women's rights in Afghanistan.

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