KABUL - The United Nations Security Council is expected to consider the UN’s latest report on Afghanistan in June.
In the past the UN Secretary-General normally reported on the situation in Afghanistan every six months.
KABUL - In its ongoing effort to close the digital divide in Afghanistan, the United Nations will be holding an information and communications technology (ICT) “training the trainers” programme in Kabul to educate the country’s decision-makers on using the latest innovations to p
KABUL - The Security Council today extended the United Nations presence in Afghanistan for another year, while recognizing the key role played by the world body in coordinating international efforts in the country and in supporting upcoming elections.
31 March 2009 - Too much is at stake for Afghanistan’s upcoming presidential elections to be flawed, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed today, calling on the international community to support efforts to consolidate stability in the war-torn nation.
3 May 2009 - The top United Nations official in Afghanistan joined the head of the country's human rights commission in urging all Afghans, including those who oppose the Government, to take part in this year's presidential and provincial council elections.