Qatar and Turkey agree to secure Kabul International Airport

Qatar and Turkey agree to secure Kabul International Airport  On Thursday, Turkish diplomatic sources said that Turkey and Qatar had agreed to secure the main airport in the Afghan capital, Kabul, if they obtained approval to undertake this task during the ongoing talks with the Taliban.  The sources told reporters that Ankara and Doha had agreed on a security framework for the mission for the airport, but added that talks were continuing on other aspects such as financing.  "It is expected that the Taliban will guarantee security abroad and that those who run the airport will provide security at home," a source said. "The process continues in a positive manner," he added.  The sources revealed that a delegation of Turkish and Qatari officials held talks on this issue in Kabul this week.  Kabul International Airport is the main air link between Afghanistan and the outside world.  After the Taliban imposed its control over Afghanistan last August, Turkey said it accepted the idea of ​​operating it in cooperation with Qatar, but only in one case, which is to meet its security demands.  Earlier, Reuters reported that the UAE also held talks with the Taliban on the continued operation of the airport.

Qatar and Turkey agree to secure Kabul International Airport


On Thursday, Turkish diplomatic sources said that Turkey and Qatar had agreed to secure the main airport in the Afghan capital, Kabul, if they obtained approval to undertake this task during the ongoing talks with the Taliban.

The sources told reporters that Ankara and Doha had agreed on a security framework for the mission for the airport, but added that talks were continuing on other aspects such as financing.

"It is expected that the Taliban will guarantee security abroad and that those who run the airport will provide security at home," a source said. "The process continues in a positive manner," he added.

The sources revealed that a delegation of Turkish and Qatari officials held talks on this issue in Kabul this week.

Kabul International Airport is the main air link between Afghanistan and the outside world.

After the Taliban imposed its control over Afghanistan last August, Turkey said it accepted the idea of ​​operating it in cooperation with Qatar, but only in one case, which is to meet its security demands.

Earlier, Reuters reported that the UAE also held talks with the Taliban on the continued operation of the airport.


In the Rekodak case, the fear of a 1O billion Dollar fine from the Pakistani government was averted  A major breakthrough in the negotiations between the Government of Pakistan and Tethyan Company, the Government of Pakistan and Tethyan agreed on 50% shares, sources said.  ISLAMABAD : Reko Diq case of Pakistan and the Tethyan company to negotiate big breakthrough in the Pakistan agree on 50% shares of the Tethyan, Pakistan 10 billion to US $ averted the risk of fines. According to the Reko Diq case in Pakistan and Tethyan company then agreed on 50 percent of the shares, the deal final Pakistan to 10 billion dollars will be averted fears of penalties.  According to the Rekodak case, a major breakthrough came in the talks between the government of Pakistan and Tethyan Company. Sources said that 50 % of the shares were agreed between the government and Tethyan Company .  The agreement between the company is likely to be finalized in February, if the deal is finalized, the risk of a 1O billion Dollar fine on Pakistan will be averted.  Sources said that negotiations are underway between Pakistan and Tethan Company for settlement outside the court. Sources said that Tethan Company has sought legal protection from the government on investment . They do not want such an accident to happen again. It should be noted that Axid had ordered to pay a fine of 5. 5.6 billion on July 12, 2019. Pakistan had taken a conditional restraining order from Axed against a fine of 5. 5.6 billion . One and a half billion dollars was to be deposited in a foreign bank.  A World Bank tribunal had in July 2019 ordered Pakistan to pay about ً 6 billion in damages for terminating a mining contract with Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) .

In the Rekodak case, the fear of a 1O billion Dollar fine from the Pakistani government was averted


A major breakthrough in the negotiations between the Government of Pakistan and Tethyan Company, the Government of Pakistan and Tethyan agreed on 50% shares, sources said.

ISLAMABAD : Reko Diq case of Pakistan and the Tethyan company to negotiate big breakthrough in the Pakistan agree on 50% shares of the Tethyan, Pakistan 10 billion to US $ averted the risk of fines. According to the Reko Diq case in Pakistan and Tethyan company then agreed on 50 percent of the shares, the deal final Pakistan to 10 billion dollars will be averted fears of penalties.

According to the Rekodak case, a major breakthrough came in the talks between the government of Pakistan and Tethyan Company. Sources said that 50 % of the shares were agreed between the government and Tethyan Company .

The agreement between the company is likely to be finalized in February, if the deal is finalized, the risk of a 1O billion Dollar fine on Pakistan will be averted.

Sources said that negotiations are underway between Pakistan and Tethan Company for settlement outside the court. Sources said that Tethan Company has sought legal protection from the government on investment . They do not want such an accident to happen again. It should be noted that Axid had ordered to pay a fine of 5. 5.6 billion on July 12, 2019. Pakistan had taken a conditional restraining order from Axed against a fine of 5. 5.6 billion . One and a half billion dollars was to be deposited in a foreign bank.

A World Bank tribunal had in July 2019 ordered Pakistan to pay about ً 6 billion in damages for terminating a mining contract with Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) .


The cost of the new Parliament increased by 29%, crossed Rs 1250 crore  Earlier, this project was expected to be completed by the 75th Independence Celebration of the country this year, although later the deadline has been kept in October.  An additional Rs 282 crore will be spent on the building of the new Parliament House , a major attraction of the government's ambitious Central Vista Project . Sources gave this information. After the Bhoomi Pujan program of this project, in a period of more than one year, the cost of the project has increased by about 29 percent to Rs 977 crore. The Bhoomi Pujan of the project took place in December 2020. Tata Projects, which is responsible for the project, has completed about 40 percent of the work. However, there has been no change in the schedule of completion of the construction work, the sources said. The proposed four-storey building will be spread over an area of ​​about 13 acres. The project, very close to the Rashtrapati Bhavan, was earlier expected to be completed by the country's 75th Independence Celebration this year, although the deadline has been kept in October.  Like other projects, no restriction has been imposed on the construction work of this project due to Kovid. The ban was lifted after the central government informed the Supreme Court that the construction was of national importance. Significantly, due to the lack of modern information-technology facilities in the existing British-era building and the offices of the MPs, the construction of the new Parliament House became necessary.  Many MPs have told that this building, which was built in 1927, has now developed cracks. It has also reached its full potential in terms of arrangement of seats in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The MPs had also said that this building is neither earthquake resistant nor does it have adequate fire safety arrangements. The new building has a seating capacity of 888 members in the Lok Sabha Chamber, which can be increased to 1224 members during the joint session. Keeping in mind the expanded requirements of the future, there will be a seating arrangement for 384 members in the Rajya Sabha Chamber.

The cost of the new Parliament increased by 29%, crossed Rs 1250 crore


Earlier, this project was expected to be completed by the 75th Independence Celebration of the country this year, although later the deadline has been kept in October.

An additional Rs 282 crore will be spent on the building of the new Parliament House , a major attraction of the government's ambitious Central Vista Project . Sources gave this information. After the Bhoomi Pujan program of this project, in a period of more than one year, the cost of the project has increased by about 29 percent to Rs 977 crore. The Bhoomi Pujan of the project took place in December 2020. Tata Projects, which is responsible for the project, has completed about 40 percent of the work. However, there has been no change in the schedule of completion of the construction work, the sources said. The proposed four-storey building will be spread over an area of ​​about 13 acres. The project, very close to the Rashtrapati Bhavan, was earlier expected to be completed by the country's 75th Independence Celebration this year, although the deadline has been kept in October.

Like other projects, no restriction has been imposed on the construction work of this project due to Kovid. The ban was lifted after the central government informed the Supreme Court that the construction was of national importance. Significantly, due to the lack of modern information-technology facilities in the existing British-era building and the offices of the MPs, the construction of the new Parliament House became necessary.

Many MPs have told that this building, which was built in 1927, has now developed cracks. It has also reached its full potential in terms of arrangement of seats in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The MPs had also said that this building is neither earthquake resistant nor does it have adequate fire safety arrangements. The new building has a seating capacity of 888 members in the Lok Sabha Chamber, which can be increased to 1224 members during the joint session. Keeping in mind the expanded requirements of the future, there will be a seating arrangement for 384 members in the Rajya Sabha Chamber.
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