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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Based on Union of money exchangers in Sari Shahzada, Kabul city, the exchange rate of Afghani as a follow:
One Dollar                                                              75/90        Afs
One Pound Sterling                                            96/50       Afs
One Euro                                                            85/80       Afs
One Emirate’s Dirham                                       20/65       Afs
One Thousand Pakistani Rupees                           550       Afs
One Thousand Indian Rupees                              1045       Afs
One Thousand Iranian Rupees                            06/30       Afs

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Kunduz (BNA) Kunduz agriculture department has exhibited more than 100 types of almond in that province.
According to BNA correspondent, 104 types of almond were exhibited in an exhibition in presence of officials and citizens of that province.
Hashmatullah Rahimi deputy governor of Kunduz in inaugural ceremony of the almond exhibition said, Kunduz province had its place in agriculture and industry products in the past and the Kunduz peasants work with efforts of local government to maintain this position again and now they are moving forward with technical and scientific directions of agriculture department of that province.
Mohammad Monir Neyazi agriculture head of Kunduz said, the almond yield of that province increased by 40 percent than last year and Kunduz almond after Samangan province is in second level in the country.
He added that large quantity of almond export annually aboard and we are trying to increase the quality and quantity of agriculture products of Kunduz province. 
T. Yarzada

Wednesday November 28, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The European Union signed a financing agreement worth millions of euros with Afghanistan during a key summit focused on development and the war-torn country's beleaguered economy.
The aid agreement made on Tuesday at the Geneva Conference on Afghanistan is worth €474m ($535m) to support state building and public sector reforms, healthcare, law enforcement, and elections - as well as to address migration and displacement challenges in Afghanistan.
"The EU stands side by side with Afghanistan and its people to build a stronger future for the country," Neven Mimica, commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, said at the summit.
"Through joint efforts we intend to reduce aid-dependency and invest in democratic governance for the benefit all citizens of the country," Mimica said.
The two-day summit in Geneva is billed as a platform for the Afghan government to renew its commitment to reform and discuss aid contributions in its bid to achieve stability and security.
Pursuing reform
The United Nations, which is co-hosting the summit at the city's Palais des Nations with the Afghan government, said  the conference "will also be crucial in measuring results against the $15.2bn committed by the international community for Afghanistan in 2016".

Kabul to seek support for Afghan-led peace plan in Geneva talks

Within the package, €311m is allocated to support the Afghan government in pursuing its reform agenda,€80 million to improve the health and nutrition of the population, and €15.5m will support the presidential and provincial council elections in 2019.
The EU and the Afghan government also signed a new agreement worth €37m to "reinforce EU assistance to Afghanistan in addressing migration and forced displacement challenges", which brings the total contribution to almost  €230m.
Earlier on Tuesday, UNICEF's chief of communication in Afghanistan, Alison Parker, warned the situation for children is "dire", with severe acute malnutrition among children being "among the highest globally with about half a million children affected".
"The situation is exacerbated by what has been described as the worst drought in decades with some two million people affected, over half of whom are children," Parker said at the summit in Geneva, adding some "5,000 children have been killed or maimed within the first three quarters of 2018, equal to all of 2017".
The conference comes at a time when the US administration is holding direct talks with the Taliban, Afghanistan's largest armed group which was toppled following a US-led invasion in 2001.
The Taliban wants to drive international forces out of the country and establish a legal system based on a strict interpretation of Islamic jurisprudence, a conflict which has claimed thousands of lives in Afghanistan.
According to the latest figures released in July by the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), 1,692 civilians were killed during the first six months of 2018 - the most recorded in the period over the last decade since the agency began documentation.
There are now about 14,000 US soldiers in the country as part of the Resolute Support. The Taliban has previously said the presence of foreign troops was the biggest obstacle to peace in Afghanistan.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Based on Union of money exchangers in Sari Shahzada, Kabul city, the exchange rate of Afghani as a follow:
One Dollar                                                              76/10        Afs
One Pound Sterling                                            97       Afs
One Euro                                                            86/20       Afs
One Emirate’s Dirham                                       20/70Afs
One Thousand Pakistani Rupees                           552       Afs
One Thousand Indian Rupees                              1050       Afs
One Thousand Iranian Rupees                            06/10       Afs

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