Tag: Afghanistan

#CoronavirusGlobalResponse – 45 EU Humanitarian Air Bridge flights deliver more than 1,000 tonnes of medical aid

#CoronavirusGlobalResponse – 45 EU Humanitarian Air Bridge flights deliver more than 1,000 tonnes of medical aid

| July 30, 2020

Following a new EU Humanitarian Air Bridge flight to South Sudan on 29 July carrying 41 tonnes of supplies, the Commission has now co-ordinated and financed the delivery of more than 1,100 tonnes of medical equipment to critical areas in Africa, Asia and the Americas. Countries supported include Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, the Central African Republic, […]

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#Coronavirus global response: EU Humanitarian Air Bridge to #Afghanistan and further support

#Coronavirus global response: EU Humanitarian Air Bridge to #Afghanistan and further support

| June 16, 2020

As part of the EU’s global coronavirus response, an EU Humanitarian Air Bridge flight will depart on 15June from Maastricht, Netherlands, to Kabul, Afghanistan. The flight will deliver 100 tonnes of life-saving materials to supply EU-funded humanitarian partners. The flight is fully EU funded and is part of ongoing Air Bridge flights to critical areas […]

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Aviation safety: Commission adopts new #EUAirSafetyList

Aviation safety: Commission adopts new #EUAirSafetyList

| June 4, 2020

The European Commission has updated the EU Air Safety List, the list of airlines that are subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European Union as they do not meet international safety standards. The Commission wishes to ensure the highest level of air safety for all passengers travelling in the European Union. […]

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#Afghanistan – ‘There are few words that can do justice to the horrors’

#Afghanistan – ‘There are few words that can do justice to the horrors’

| May 12, 2020

In a statement on the terrorist attacks in Afghanistan today, the EU said that words could not do justice to the horrors inflicted. The high representative described the attacks as clear violations of International Humanitarian Law, for which the perpetrators will have to bear the consequences: “There are few words that can do justice to […]

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56th #MunichSecurityConference: #Tokayev addresses #Afghan problem.

56th #MunichSecurityConference: #Tokayev addresses #Afghan problem.

| February 15, 2020

Between February 14 and 16, more than 500 high-ranking international decision-makers are coming together for the 56th Munich Security Conference chaired by Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger. The representatives from politics, business, science and civil society will discuss current crises and future security challenges in Munich. A total of over 35 heads of state and government and […]

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Human rights breaches in #Russia #Afghanistan and #BurkinaFaso

Human rights breaches in #Russia #Afghanistan and #BurkinaFaso

| December 30, 2019

Before Christmas, the European Parliament adopted three resolutions taking stock of the human rights situation in Russia, Afghanistan and Burkina Faso. Russia MEPs call on the Russian authorities to immediately repeal the country’s law on ‘foreign agents’ and to bring existing legislation into line with Russia’s constitution and obligations under international law. This law from […]

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Remarks by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of #Kazakhstan #RomanVassilenko at International Conference on #Afghanistan

Remarks by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of #Kazakhstan #RomanVassilenko at International Conference on #Afghanistan

| December 11, 2018

Kazakhstan, like all countries in the region, is interested in the stable, economically sustainable and secure Afghanistan.The tense military-political situation in Afghanistan, the threat of terrorism and extremism, and drug trafficking affects Central Asia, since we have common borders, culture, history, the presence of diasporas, as well as active cross-border trade relations. In this regard, […]

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