OTTAWA: JANUARY 26, 2023

Statement of the Diplomatic Missions of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Condemning the Desecration of the Holy Quran in Stockholm and The Hague

OTTAWA: JANUAR 24, 2023

Statement of the Diplomatic Missions of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on the International Day of Education 2023

امروز مؤرخ 14 جنوری 2023، برنامه یادبود و اتحاف دعا به روح شهدای حمله تروریستی اخیر در درب ورودی وزارت امورخارجه افغانستان، به میزبانی سفارت جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان در اوتاوا برگزار شد. ـ

در این مراسم که با اشتراک تعدادی از هموطنان مقیم اوتاوا از جمله همکاران سابق وزارت امورخاجه برگزار شد، اشتراک کنندگان ضمن اتحاف دعا به روح شهدای این حادثه غم انگیز، برای زخمیان این حادثه شفای عاجل و برای فامیل های شهدا، صبر و استقامت استدعا نمودند. ـ

نن د ۲۰۲۳ کال د جنوري په ۱۴ نېټه په اوتاوا کې د افغانستان اسلامي جمهوريت د سفارت په کوربتوب د بهرنیو چارو وزارت په دروازه کې د وروستۍ ترهګریزې حملې د شهیدانو روح ته د دعا او یادونې برنامه ترسره شوه.ـ

په دغه مراسمو کې چې په اوتاوا کې د یو شمېر وطنوالو د هغوی له ډلې د بهرنیو چارو وزارت د پخوانیو همکارانو په ګډون ترسره شوه، ګډونوالو د دغه غمجنې پېښې د شهیدانو روح ته د دعا تر څنګ، د څښتن تعالی له درباره د پېښې ټپیانو ته د بیړنۍ روغتیا او د شهیدانو کورنیو ته د صبر او زغم غوښتونکي شول.ـ

OTTAWA: JANUARY 11, 2023

THE MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE OF THE DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF AFGHANISTAN IN RELATION TO TODAY'S TERRORIST ATTACK AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IN KABUL

OTTAWA: DECEMBER 31, 2022

Statement of the Diplomatic Missions of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on the Detention of Under aged Afghan Refugees and Asylum-seekers in Pakistan

OTTAWA: JANUARY 5, 2023

In two separate interviews with CBC and Toronto Star recently, Ambassador Hassan Soroosh discussed the current multifaceted crisis in Afghanistan including the dire humanitarian situation and the continued violation of human rights particularly women’s rights in Afghanistan.

Ambassador Soroosh also spoke about the current priorities and operations of the embassy including the provision of consular services to a growing population of Afghan community in Canada and the United States.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/afghan-embassy-ottawa-consulate-canada-us-1.6691156

https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1944788/ambassade-afghanistan-ressortissant-papier-ottawa-immigration

https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2022/11/06/their-government-is-gone-they-dont-talk-to-the-new-one-the-afghan-missions-in-canada-survive-proudly-by-serving-the-diaspora-taliban-or-no-taliban.html

Ottawa: December 30. 2022

به اطلاع مراجعین محترم سفارت جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان در کانادا رسانیده می شود که سفارت و بخش قونسلی آن به روز دوشنبه مورخ 2 جنوری 2023 مطابق با 12 جدی 1401، به مناسبت رخصتی سال نو در کانادا مسدود می باشد.ـ

ټولو محترمو مراجعینو ته خبر ورکول کیږي، چې په اوتاوا کې د ا.ا.ج سفارت به د دوشنبې په ورځ چې د 2023 کال د جنوري له 2 او د 1401 کال د مرغومې (جدې) له 12 نېټې سره برابره ده، په کاناډا کې د نوي کال د عمومي رخصتۍ له کبله تړلي وي.ـ

The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Consular Section in Ottawa will be closed on Monday, January 2, 2022 on the occasion of New Year holiday.

OTTAWA: DECEMBER 22, 2022

The following is a statement from the Foreign Ministers of Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States and the High Representative of the European Union.

“The Foreign Ministers of Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States and the High Representative of the European Union are gravely concerned that the Taliban’s reckless and dangerous order barring female employees of national and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from the workplace puts at risk millions of Afghans who depend on humanitarian assistance for their survival. We call on the Taliban to urgently reverse this decision.

“Women are absolutely central to humanitarian and basic needs operations. Unless they participate in aid delivery in Afghanistan, NGOs will be unable to reach the country’s most vulnerable people to provide food, medicine, winterization, and other materials and services they need to live. This would also affect the humanitarian assistance provided by international organizations, as international organizations utilize NGOs to deliver such materials and services.

“The Taliban continue to demonstrate their contempt for the rights, freedoms, and welfare of the Afghan people, particularly women and girls, and their disinterest in normal relations with the international community.

“We support the Afghan people’s calls for girls and women to return to work, school, and university, and for women to continue to play essential roles in humanitarian and basic needs assistance delivery, and we urge the Taliban to respect the political, economic, social, and cultural rights of women and girls in Afghanistan.

“To this end, we are in close contact with the United Nations, who are urging, also on behalf of all international donors, that the Taliban reverse this decision immediately. This would avoid any disruption and allow the continuation of all humanitarian operations of international and national NGOs.”

https://www.canada.ca/en/global-affairs/news/2022/12/joint-statement-from-foreign-ministers-on-the-talibans-ban-on-afghan-women-working-for-national-and-international-ngos.html

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