OTTAWA: SEPTEMBER 8, 2022

بیست و یکمین سالگرد شهادت قهرمان ملی افغانستان و هفته شهید را گرامی می داریم و به روح همه شهدای افغانستان عزیز درود می فرستیم. ـ به همین مناسبت فردا جمعه مؤرخ ۹ سپتامبر ۲۰۲۲ مطابق با ۱۸ سنبله ۱۴۰۱، سفارت افغانستان در اوتاوا تعطیل می باشد. ـ

د افغانستان د ملي قهرمان د شهادت د يوويشتم تلين او د شهيد د اونۍ تسليت وايو او د افغانستان د ټولو سپيڅلو شهيدانو ارواه ته دعا کوؤ.ـ په همدې مناسبت به صبا د جمعې په ورځ چې د ۱۴۰۱ کال د سنبلې مياشتې له اتلسمې (۱۸) چې د ۲۰۲۲ کال د سپټمبر له نهمې (۹) سره برابره ده، په اوتاوا کې د افغانستان اسلامي جمهوريت سفارت تړلی وي.ـ

The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Ottawa will be closed on September 09, 2022 on the 21st Anniversary of the Martyrdom of Ahmad Shah Massoud, National Hero of Afghanistan.

OTTAWA: SEPTEMBER 7, 2022

د پاکستان په وړاندې د افغانستان د کرکټ د ملي ټيم د عالي او مسلکي لوبې د ترسره کولو مبارکي وايو او په راتلونکو لوبو کې د نورو برياوؤ هيله ورته کوؤ.ـ

به تیم ملی پرافتخار کرکت افغانستان بخاطر بازی بسیار خوب و ماهرانه شان در مقابل تیم کرکت پاکستان تبریک می گوییم و برای شان در مسابقه بعدی آرزوی موفقیت می نماییم. ـ

Congratulations to our proud cricket team on a very well played game and wish you success in your next match in the Asia Cup 2022.

OTTAWA: AUGUST 19, 2022

Ambassador Hassan Soroosh, along with the family, embassy staff and participants from the Afghan diaspora community and friends of Afghanistan from Canada, raised the national flag at the Ottawa city hall honoring the 103rd anniversary of the restoration of Afghanistan’s independence. Happy National Day!

On August 18, 2022, “A Day of Solidarity with Afghan Women” was hosted by the Afghan Embassy at the Ottawa City Hall and was attended by many participants from the Government of Canada, diplomatic community, civil society, humanitarian sector and the Afghan diaspora community.

Ambassador Hassan Soroosh spoke about the current tragic situation in Afghanistan with a focus on the situation of women and girls and their rights and aspirations.

Ambassaador Soroosh stressed the importance of greater support to Afghan women and girls under a united approach and through various advocacy and protection mechanisms. Ambassador Soroosh expressed his gratefulness to Canada for the previous and ongoing humanitarian, advocacy and resettlement efforts in support of Afghan women and girls and highlighted the significance of sustained collective efforts in this regard.

Ms. Nahid Shahalimi, a renowned Afghan Canadian author, artist, and social entrepreneur spoke about her new book “We Are Still Here” which presents the first-hand stories of thirteen courageous Afghan women who have worked as politicians, journalists, scientists, filmmakers, artists, coders, musicians, and more. She highlighted the importance of involving Afghan experts particularly women experts in policy development and program development for Afghan women and girls.

The event also provided an opportunity to express our appreciation to the excellent work of Afghan, Canadian and international partners in support of Afghan women and newcomers from Afghanistan.

The event also included a video presentation on Afghan women and a beautiful live performance of national anthems of Afghanistan and Canada by Ms. Sara Soroor, Afghan-Canadian singer and songwriter.

The event was moderated by Ms. Yalda Baktash, Afghan journalist and human rights activist.

د زمری ۲۸ مه , دافغانستان دخپلواکی دبیرته ترلاسه کولو د ورځی رارسیدل دی مبارک وی!ـ

د حسیني عاشورای د رارسېدو د تسلیت وایو

HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT

OTTAWA: JULY 29, 2022

اطلاعیه

به اطلاع عموم مراجعین محترم سفارت جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان در کانادا رسانیده می شود که سفارت و بخش قونسلی آن به روز دوشنبه مورخ 1 اگست 2022 مطابق با 10 اسد 1401، با در نظر داشت رخصتی عمومی در اونتاریو، تعطیل میباشد.

خبرتیا

ټولو محترمو مراجعینو ته خبر ورکول کیږي چې، په اوتاوا کې د ا.ا.ج سفارت به د دوشنبې په ورځ چې د ۲۰۲۲ کال د اگست میاشتې له ۱ او د ۱۴۰۱ کال د زمري له ۱۰ نېټې سره سمون لري، په اونټاریو کې د عمومي رخصتۍ له امله رخصت وي.

ANNOUNCEMENT

The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Consular Section in Ottawa will be closed on Monday August 1, 2022, on the occasion of Civic Holiday.

KABUL - The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) today released a report (Human rights in Afghanistan: 15 August 2021 – 15 June 2022) outlining the human rights situation in Afghanistan over the 10 months since the Taliban takeover.

The report summarises UNAMA’s findings with regards to the protection of civilians, extrajudicial killings, torture and ill-treatment, arbitrary arrests and detentions, the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan, fundamental freedoms and the situation in places of detention. The report also contains recommendations to both the de facto authorities and the international community.

Despite an overall, significant reduction in armed violence, between mid-August 2021 and mid-June 2022, UNAMA recorded 2106 civilian casualties (700 killed, 1406 wounded). The majority of civilian casualties were attributed to targeted attacks by the armed group self-identified “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant – Khorasan Province” against ethnic and religious minority communities in places where they go to school, worship and go about their daily lives.

“It is beyond time for all Afghans to be able to live in peace and rebuild their lives after 20 years of armed conflict. Our monitoring reveals that despite the improved security situation since 15 August, the people of Afghanistan, in particular women and girls, are deprived of the full enjoyment of their human rights,” said Markus Potzel, Acting Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan. https://unama.unmissions.org/un-releases-report-human-rights-afghanistan-taliban-takeover

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