Tahir Qadiry, chargé d'affaires at the Afghan embassy in India, tweeted that 2 more evacuation flights today-- Ariana & KamAir--took around 500 stranded Afghans from Delhi to Kabul. "We will have 4 more flights in the upcoming days. Thanks to all involved in this great cause.”
#WATCH Tahir Qadiry'>Afghanistan Envoy Tahir Qadiry, in Srinagar, on 25 Foreign envoys visit Kashmir: It is great to come to Kashmir.We've been here only a couple of hours but can see shops open, children going to school etc. Met civil society members also,they really want peace in Kashmir.
#Afghanistan has opened a consulate in Hyderabad, India The Afghan chargé d' affaires to India, Tahir Qadiry said: “This yet again proves our enduring bonds for an ever-flourishing strategic partnership.”
Tahir Qadiry, Afghanistan's Chargé d'Affaires: The Afghan govt has always made it clear that cross-border insurgencies is something that we need to fight. A prosperous and stable Afghanistan is a prosperous and stable region.
Tahir Qadiry, Afghanistan's Chargé d'Affaires: In 4 days time Afghanistan will got to the ballots to vote again. That shows the democratic process that we have been advocating for because we believe that the only way forward for Afghanistan is the democratic process.
Tahir Qadiry, Afghanistan's Chargé d'Affaires: Imagining Afghanistan without India and India without Afghanistan is impossible. The relationship has always been cherished & it goes deep, from cultural relationship to trade relationship & from people to people connect.
ANI quotes Tahir Qadiry, Afghanistan's Chargé d'Affaires: The Afghan govt has always made it clear that cross-border insurgencies is something that we need to fight. A prosperous and stable Afghanistan is a prosperous and stable region.
Afghan Charge d'Affaires to India Tahir Qadiry: Cricket is now changing to our national identity,harmony&joy.A team which has emerged out of ashes,they're being our peace ambassadors today. I'm proud to say Afghanistan is known for its sports, be it cricket, football or taekwondo