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

    FM Group yard and trucks - www.fm-group.af | info@fm-group.af | 0093766654321 | New Bagram Road, Dispatchari, Behind to National Fuel, Kabul-Afghanistan.

    published: 24 Jan 2016
  • Demining Afghanistan - A picture tale: "Moving from Aid to Trade by international road transport"

    "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.

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • Afghanistan, India, Iran sign Chabahar transit agreement to side kick Pakis

    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...

    published: 23 May 2016
  • Afghanistan - unterwegs mit dem Transportzug in Kabul

    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

    published: 24 Aug 2015
  • afghan kabul urban transport

    http://kabulhotel.ru/en/ urban transport afghan kabul tags:urban, transport, afghan, afghanistan, bagram, war, kabul, restaurant, hotel, landmarks, stones, gems, emerald, ruby, quartz, travel, tourism, buildings, нousing, panjshir, road, museum, tags: afghan, afghanistan, bagram, war, kabul, restaurant, hotel, landmarks, stones, gems, emerald, ruby, quartz, travel, tourism, buildings, нousing, panjshir, road, museum, street, cyclist, bicyclist, bicycler

    published: 04 Aug 2015
  • Pakistan launches first bus service to Afghanistan in nearly 30 years

    1. Various of Pakistani buses driving past 2. Various of passengers boarding first scheduled bus on the new Peshawar-Jalalabad service 3. Side of bus 4. Close of sign on bus with Afghan and Pakistani handshake 5. Passengers on bus 6. Bus pulls away from terminal 7. Close of driver's hand on gearstick 8. Driver of bus at wheel 9. Passenger looks at ticket 10. Close of ticket 11. SOUNDBITE: (Pashtu) Nurullah Khan, Passenger: "It's 170 rupees cheaper and that's a big saving for a poor man. It's a very good service. This used to be a tough journey but now it is very good." 12. Conductor opens onboard fridge 13. SOUNDBITE: (Pashtu) Rahi Gul, Bus driver: "The passengers seem very happy and lots of people have been stopping to look at us. Before people used to have to cros...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • British troops repair Kabul airport ready fro transport planes

    1. Approach road to Kabul airport 2. Kabul airport control tower with jet fighter model in foreground 3. Various, Kabul airport terminal building 4. Various, Royal Marine patrolling on foot along airport perimeter 5. Close up, Royal Marine 6. Royal Marines driving in jeep 7. Marines driving past in troop carrier 8. Various, British Marines patrolling airport area 9. Various, Marines talking to Afghan people via interpreter 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Guy Davis, Royal Marines Captain "(Q What's your reception been like since you've been here?) Reception has been very warm since we've been here. There appears to be... it's very quiet. I've just been speaking to the locals and they're very pleased to see us. It's very quiet. (Q What sort of Christmas are you going to have?) We're goin...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Powerful Russian Made Afghan Air Force Mi-35 And Mi-17 Helicopters In Action Over The Sky Of Kabul

    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

    published: 16 Feb 2016
  • NATO in Afghanistan - The Train Through Hairatan

    The age of the railway passed Afghanistan by. But today, the country celebrates a new 75 kilometre long cargo line running from Uzbekistan through the border town of Hairatan to the city of Mazar in Balkh province. NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int

    published: 08 Nov 2011
  • Truck drivers prepare to resume supply deliveries across border

    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 strain...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
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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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, 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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Afghanistan - unterwegs mit dem Transportzug in Kabul

Afghanistan - unterwegs mit dem Transportzug in Kabul

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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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afghan kabul urban transport

afghan kabul urban transport

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Pakistan launches first bus service to Afghanistan in nearly 30 years

Pakistan launches first bus service to Afghanistan in nearly 30 years

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  • Updated: 28 Jul 2015
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1. Various of Pakistani buses driving past 2. Various of passengers boarding first scheduled bus on the new Peshawar-Jalalabad service 3. Side of bus 4. Close of sign on bus with Afghan and Pakistani handshake 5. Passengers on bus 6. Bus pulls away from terminal 7. Close of driver's hand on gearstick 8. Driver of bus at wheel 9. Passenger looks at ticket 10. Close of ticket 11. SOUNDBITE: (Pashtu) Nurullah Khan, Passenger: "It's 170 rupees cheaper and that's a big saving for a poor man. It's a very good service. This used to be a tough journey but now it is very good." 12. Conductor opens onboard fridge 13. SOUNDBITE: (Pashtu) Rahi Gul, Bus driver: "The passengers seem very happy and lots of people have been stopping to look at us. Before people used to have to cross the Torkham border on foot and walk more than a kilometre to pick up the next onward bus. Now they don't have to." 14. Bus departing STORYLINE: Pakistan on Friday launched its first public bus service to eastern Afghanistan since that country was plunged into war nearly three decades ago. A bus carrying 22 passengers left from Peshawar, Pakistan, heading for Jalalabad, in eastern Afghanistan. Travelling by bus is the most popular form of transport for the Pashtun people who live on either side of the Pakistan-Afghan border. Until 1979, when the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan cut off the 120-kilometre (72-mile) road link between Peshawar and Jalalabad, bus was the best way to travel. But until Friday, public buses hadn't been able to traverse the road directly. Previously passengers would have to take two buses, one on each side of the border, to go between the neighbouring cities. Nurullah Khan, travelling from Pakistan to see family on the other side of the border, said ticket prices on the new direct service made getting over the border much cheaper than in the past. He makes a saving of 170 rupees, or three US dollars. Pakistan was once a main supporter of Afghanistan's former Taliban regime, but it switched sides after the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, and the subsequent ousting of the Taliban by the US-led military coalition. Islamabad has backed Afghan President Hamid Karzai, but a wave of violence in parts of Afghanistan bordering Pakistan has fuelled suspicions in Kabul that Pakistan still backs Taliban remnants, a charge Islamabad denies. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/97894f0657b683e7c26e239db9789866 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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British troops repair Kabul airport ready fro transport planes

British troops repair Kabul airport ready fro transport planes

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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1. Approach road to Kabul airport 2. Kabul airport control tower with jet fighter model in foreground 3. Various, Kabul airport terminal building 4. Various, Royal Marine patrolling on foot along airport perimeter 5. Close up, Royal Marine 6. Royal Marines driving in jeep 7. Marines driving past in troop carrier 8. Various, British Marines patrolling airport area 9. Various, Marines talking to Afghan people via interpreter 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Guy Davis, Royal Marines Captain "(Q What's your reception been like since you've been here?) Reception has been very warm since we've been here. There appears to be... it's very quiet. I've just been speaking to the locals and they're very pleased to see us. It's very quiet. (Q What sort of Christmas are you going to have?) We're going to have a warmer Christmas than my perceptions led me to believe when we were running around the sand in the desert a few months ago. We've got our Christmas meal and we're going to try and make the best of it. Clearly we're missing home but it's not a problem. (Q So is morale quite high?) Morale is assessed as high at the moment, yes." 10. Various, Royal Marine patrol in a jeep STORYLINE: Morale is high over the Christmas period as British Royal Marines begin work to help reopen Kabul International Airport. Royal Marine Captain Guy Davis said "We're going to have a warmer Christmas than my perceptions led me to believe when we were running around the sand in the desert a few months ago. We've got our Christmas meal and we're going to try and make the best of it." Captain Davis said he thought the local people were very pleased to see the British forces. Much of Afghanistan's infrastructure has been destroyed by 23 years of conflict. In the next few weeks, Britain will contribute 1,500 troops to an international peacekeeping force numbering 5,000. The Marines guarded the city streets during the swearing-in of Afghanistan's new government and helped repair a temporary bridge on the main road into Kabul. British troops arrived in early December. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bf6591d4b5a5e8dc9c5009e20f193758 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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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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NATO in Afghanistan - The Train Through Hairatan

NATO in Afghanistan - The Train Through Hairatan

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The age of the railway passed Afghanistan by. But today, the country celebrates a new 75 kilometre long cargo line running from Uzbekistan through the border town of Hairatan to the city of Mazar in Balkh province. NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int
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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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