FM GROUP (Faisal Mohammadi Group) TRUCKS - TRANSPORTATION, LOGISTICS, PETROLEUM. KABUL-AFGHANISTAN

FM GROUP (Faisal Mohammadi Group) TRUCKS - TRANSPORTATION, LOGISTICS, PETROLEUM. KABUL-AFGHANISTAN

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FM Group yard and trucks - www.fm-group.af | info@fm-group.af | 0093766654321 | New Bagram Road, Dispatchari, Behind to National Fuel, Kabul-Afghanistan.
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Afghanistan, India, Iran sign Chabahar transit agreement to side kick Pakis

Afghanistan, India, Iran sign Chabahar transit agreement to side kick Pakis

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  • Updated: 23 May 2016
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Afghanistan, India, Iran sign a key trilateral deal, known as the Chabahar agreement, to establish a strategic transit and transport route connecting the three countries. The agreement was signed in the presence of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Monday. Addressing reporters after the signing ceremony, Rouhani said the event marks a historic occasion with regard to relationship between the three countries. He added that the deal between Tehran, New Delhi and Kabul sends the message that countries in the region can make progress through cooperation and tapping into regional opportunities. “Today’s document is not only an economic document, rather [it] is a political document and a regional document and the document’s message is that regional countries should use regional opportunities to develop and strengthen the whole of the region,” Rouhani said. He emphasized that Iran-India-Afghanistan cooperation will serve the interests of the entire region, stressing that Chabahar Port epitomizes such cooperation.
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Demining Afghanistan - A picture tale: "Moving from Aid to Trade by international road transport"

Demining Afghanistan - A picture tale: "Moving from Aid to Trade by international road transport"

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  • Updated: 19 Mar 2012
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"Demining Afghanistan" is an innovative public-private partnership between the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) and the International Road Transport Union (IRU) aiming to improve road security and safety in Afghanistan by removing landmines and explosive remnants of war around roads linking Kabul to its Central Asian neighbouring countries. This diaporama is a short visual journey through this successful 10-month project and shows how it has helped bring the war-torn country of Afghanistan from aid to trade by international road transport.
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Afghanistan - unterwegs mit dem Transportzug in Kabul

Afghanistan - unterwegs mit dem Transportzug in Kabul

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  • Updated: 24 Aug 2015
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Ohne sie geht nichts in Kabul: die Männer vom Transportzug sind jeden Tag unterwegs auf den Straßen der afghanischen Hauptstadt. Ob Material, Feldpost oder Personen, sie bringen alles sicher ans Ziel. Wir haben den Transportzug begleitet. Quelle: Redaktion der Bundeswehr Musik: Gang Patrol, Routh, Universal 08/2015 15E18804
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Part 7 SAEGAM, Kabul Green Urban Transportation System

Part 7 SAEGAM, Kabul Green Urban Transportation System

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  • Updated: 21 May 2016
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Society of Afghan Engineers' 2016 General Assembly Meeting Morning Session: Seminar on Kabul Traffic: Problems, Challenges and Solutions. Afternoon Session: SAE General Assembly Meeting 2016
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Transportation In Afghanistan

Transportation In Afghanistan

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  • Updated: 17 May 2015
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Air transport in Afghanistan is provided by the national carrier, Ariana Afghan Airlines (AAA), and by private companies such as Afghan Jet International, East Horizon Airlines, Kam Air, Pamir Airways, and Safi Airways. Airlines from a number of countries also provide flights in and out of the country. These include Air India, Emirates, Gulf Air, Iran Aseman Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines, and Turkish Airlines. The country has four international airports: Herat International Airport, Hamid Karzai International Airport (formerly Kabul International Airport), Kandahar International Airport, and Mazar-e Sharif International Airport. There are also around a dozen domestic airports with flights to Kabul or Herat. Rail As of 2014, the country has only two rail links, one a 75 km line from Kheyrabad to the Uzbekistan border and the other a 10 km long line from Toraghundi to the Turkmenistan border. Both lines are used for freight only and there is no passenger service as of yet. There are various proposals for the construction of additional rail lines in the country. In 2013, the presidents of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan attended the groundbreaking ceremony for a 225 km line between Turkmenistan-Andkhvoy-Mazar-i-Sharif-Kheyrabad. The line will link at Kheyrabad with the existing line to the Uzbekistan border. Plans exist for a rail line from Kabul to the eastern border town of Torkham, where it will connect with Pakistan Railways. There are also plans to finish a rail line between Khaf, Iran and Herat, Afghanistan. Roads Traveling by bus in Afghanistan remains dangerous due to careless and intoxicated bus drivers as well as militant activities. The buses are usually older model Mercedes-Benz and owned by private companies. Serious traffic accidents are common on Afghan roads and highways, particularly on the Kabul–Kandahar and the Kabul–Jalalabad Road. Newer automobiles have recently become more widely available after the rebuilding of roads and highways. They are imported from the United Arab Emirates through Pakistan and Iran. As of 2012, vehicles more than 10 years old are banned from being imported into the country. The development of the nation's road network is a major boost for the economy due to trade with neighboring countries. Postal services in Afghanistan are provided by the publicly owned Afghan Post and private companies such as FedEx, DHL, and others.
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Truck drivers prepare to resume supply deliveries across border

Truck drivers prepare to resume supply deliveries across border

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  • Updated: 31 Jul 2015
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Trucks carrying NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) supplies resumed their routes through Pakistan to Afghanistan on Thursday, following Islamabad's agreement to end its seven-month blockade. The first shipment left Port Qasim terminal in Karachi on Thursday morning. A little later, a Pakistani official said the first truck carrying supplies had crossed the border into neighbouring Afghanistan. Truck driver Javed Iqbal said the cargo shipments were being transported via Peshawar, before heading for Kabul after crossing the border. Pakistan agreed to reopen the supply line on Tuesday after the United States said it was sorry for American airstrikes that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers in November. The attack prompted Pakistan to close the route, and severely damaged already strained relations between the two countries. Overturning the blockade could save the US hundreds of (m) millions of dollars, since Pakistan's blockade forced Washington to rely more heavily on a longer, costlier route that leads into Afghanistan through Central Asia. Pakistan is also expected to gain financially, since the US intends to free up 1.1 (b) billion US dollars in military aid that has been frozen for the past year. The deal carries risks for both governments. Pakistan is likely to face a domestic backlash, given rampant anti-American sentiment in the country and the government's failure to persuade the US to stop drone attacks targeting militants and accede to other demands made by parliament. The Pakistani Taliban vowed to attack trucks carrying NATO supplies once they started moving, calling the government a slave to the US. In Washington, US President Barack Obama risks exposing himself to criticism from Republicans, including presidential challenger Mitt Romney. Anger at Pakistan is high in Washington because of the country's alleged support for militants fighting US troops in Afghanistan. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/59309e75beaa3895cccc67c97da5f740 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Salang - 0580 bus kabul to mazar e sharif

Salang - 0580 bus kabul to mazar e sharif

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  • Updated: 18 Oct 2015
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kabul to mazar e sharif - khawak panjshir antan nameta
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Infrastructure Planning of Kabul New City_Roads and Transportation Network

Infrastructure Planning of Kabul New City_Roads and Transportation Network

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  • Updated: 05 Jun 2013
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Powerful Russian Made Afghan Air Force Mi-35 And Mi-17 Helicopters In Action Over The Sky Of Kabul

Powerful Russian Made Afghan Air Force Mi-35 And Mi-17 Helicopters In Action Over The Sky Of Kabul

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  • Updated: 16 Feb 2016
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Russian made Afghan Air-Force Mi-35 attack and Mi-17 transport helicopters in action over the skies of Kabul, Afghanistan during a combined training exercise with the US 438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group and ANA Commandos in the region of Kabul. If you like this Channel and want to help us to continue uploading raw footage you can support us with a small PayPal Donation to setup our own uncensored and independent website. Donate via PayPal: https://goo.gl/709Nqs Via Amazon: http://amzn.to/1I16WX6
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