Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s visit to the United Arab Emirates hurt the United States
Bashar al-Assad (left) meeting with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid in Dubai on March 18, 2022 Bashar al-Assad (left) meeting with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid in Dubai on March 18, 2022
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is on a visit to the United Arab Emirates, where he met with the ruler of the UAE, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. This is his first visit to an Arab country since the beginning of foreign-backed terrorism and extremism in Syria.
Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met in Abu Dhabi on Friday, in which the Emirati Crown Prince described Syria as a key pillar of Arab security.
Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan described the relations between the UAE and Syria as fraternal and said that his country was keenly interested in enhancing cooperation with Syria.
In this meeting, the Syrian president said that in order to protect the region, it is necessary that we adhere to our principles, the sovereignty of our country and the interests of our people.
It is noteworthy that a few months before the Syrian President’s visit to the UAE, the UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan had visited Damascus. The visit comes at a time when the possibility of Damascus returning to the Arab League has increased.
The United States has reacted negatively to the Syrian president’s visit to the UAE.
The United States (USA) has acknowledged that Ukraine has a biological weapons lab
The United States has acknowledged that Ukraine has a biological weapons lab The United States has acknowledged that Ukraine has a number of biological weapons research facilities, and has expressed concern about the Russian occupation of those facilities, as the Russian military is rapidly advancing military action against Ukraine. And the United States is afraid that the secrets of these labs will be uncovered.
Russia has released documents calling on the United States to immediately destroy documents relating to the Pentagon-funded biological weapons program in Ukraine. US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland has expressed concern over Russia’s move during a Senate hearing.
Nuland said: “Ukraine has biological weapons research facilities, which we are concerned about the Russian military’s attempts to gain control of, so we are working with Ukraine to prevent these research items from falling into the hands of Russian forces.” Are cooperating with “
Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry said it had found evidence of a US-funded bio-lab in Ukraine and that samples of deadly pathogens had been destroyed in the lab as soon as the military operation began.
Russia’s Defense Ministry says it has been overseeing the Pentagon-funded biological weapons program in the breakaway countries of the Soviet Union. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, a network of more than 30 biological weapons labs has been set up in Ukraine.
Documents from the Ukrainian Biological Research Lab found on February 24 stating the immediate destruction of deadly pathogens, including anthrax, cholera and plague, which may be an attempt to cover up BTWC violations.
Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said the military was reviewing the documents, adding that since Russia launched its operation against Ukraine, the Pentagon has had difficulty continuing its covert biological experiments. Is facing. He said components of biological weapons were being developed at Ukrainian installations, about which the Russian Ministry of Defense would issue its report in the near future.
Ukraine’s intelligence wants to attack its own nuclear facilities, Russia claims
Moscow . HONW Report
Ukraine’s intelligence wants to attack its own nuclear facilities, Russia claims Russia-Ukraine war continues for 13th day, with reports of heavy fighting near Kharkiv and the Ukrainian capital Kyiv Is closed
Russia’s Defense Ministry has warned that Ukraine’s intelligence service is plotting to carry out attacks on nuclear facilities around the city of Kharkiv by armed groups.
The Russian Defense Ministry also said that our armed forces had defused a Ukrainian military airbase near Vanetsa with extremely smart weapons.
This situation continues at a time when NATO and Western countries have not yet fulfilled their commitments to Ukraine. Western nations are not directly involved in the Russia-Ukraine war, and are content to supply arms to Ukraine and announce sanctions against Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has stressed that Russia and Ukraine are one nation and that Russian troops are in fact defending their homeland.
He said Russian troops would end neo-Nazism in Ukraine because, according to him, neo-Nazi elements were using civilians as human shields.
On the other hand, a US Department of War official has announced that Russia will send more equipment and troops to Europe, including fuel planes, under the pretext of defending NATO and its allies against Russia.
According to the Fars news agency, a Pentagon official said that another 500 surplus troops were being sent to Europe to bolster NATO. According to the official, the United States is sending 100 K-Patins aircraft to Greece, while teams of air operations experts are being sent to Poland and Romania.
Russia has repeatedly warned of NATO expansionism in Eastern Europe over the past few months, and has offered to provide security guarantees to the United States and NATO, which have been rejected.
Russia launched a military operation in support of the two eastern Ukrainian republics of Donetsk and Luhansk on February 24, following Ukraine’s renewed request for NATO membership and the provision of millions of dollars in aid from the West.
Free wild and Fruit plants distributed at Kalash valley lower Chitral.
By Gul Hamaad Farooqi.
CHITRAL: In order to improve the forest cover and enhance alternate livelihoods opportunities in Chilghoza Landscape in Chitral range, thousands of plants of different species have been distributed among the local communities at Kalash Valley Bumburate.
Some 4000 fruit plants and 4000 wild plants were distributed free of cost in Kalash women and children. Fruit plants distribution ceremony was held at Bumborat Divisional Forest Officer Chitral Farhad Ali was chief guest on the occasion. While Ajaz Ahmed Provincial Coordinator GEF Chilghoza Project, Ziaur Rehman Value chain Development specialist, Shahzad Ahmad Deputy Forest Manager Chitral were also present on the occasion.
Talking to the gathering Ajaz said that distribution of Fruits plants was part of the GEF funded project, “Reversing Deforestation and Degradation in High Conservation Value Chilgoza Pine Forests in Pakistan” implementing by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with the collaboration of Ministry of Climate Change, forest department Khyber Pukhtunkhaw, with the objective of improved local livelihoods through increased productivity and enhanced services and functions of the Chilghoza forests of Pakistan. The project brings around 30,000 hectares areas of Chilghoza forests under sustainable forest management through active participation of the local communities.
This will also include 3600 hectares under Assisted Natural Regeneration and 800 hectare under agro forestry and farm forestry. He said the Chilghoza Forest Landscape in Chitral is unique in ecological means and economical way.
DFO Chitral Farhad Ali said that forest degradation has consequences for climate, environment vulnerability, biodiversity conservation and livelihoods and there is a need to take joint action for forest Conservation.
He said that joint efforts are required to conserve these forest resource and he urged the local people to plants more trees during the spring tree planting camping’s, he assured that Forest Department will provide plants and ttechnical gguidance to the community. He also appreciated the efforts of GEF Chilghoza Project in restoration of the Forest resources in the target valley.
Exciting competitions of Karakoram Winter Lude are going on. In the winter sports competitions organized by the youth organization Scarf of Alitat, an ice climbing was held at the place of Shashkat Gojal Hunza today.
Male and femaleathletes from Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral participated in ice climbing.
In this regard, various competitions of Winter Sports Lude Season Four are underway. In this regard, ice climbing was organized at Hunza Shashkat today in which players from Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral showed their skills on the perilous ice and reached their destination on time.
On this occasion, the girls along with the boys showed off their talents by glimbing on the frozen snow. In addition, Karakoram Winter LUDE Season 4 competitions are underway in the historical village Altat at Hunza district in connection with winter sports.
The first match between the two teams was played today between Mucca Jatturia Society and Old Hunza in which both the teams were tied with one goal each while the second match was played between SCO and Upper Chitral in which SCO Won by three goals to one
Despite the freezing cold, despite the influx of spectators from the country and Gilgit-Baltistan besides the representatives of government and non-government organizations, the public interest is visible despite the severe cold.
One third of the globe is water and one part is dry. The mountains hold the submerged land like nails. Gilgit-Baltistan is the land of mountains. Its total area is 72 square kilometers. Eighty percent of the area is covered by mountains, pastures, mountain valleys and glaciers. These skyscrapers of Gilgit-Baltistan are divided into three mountain ranges with small snow-capped peaks in the sky.
Mount Karakoram, which stretches for 500 km between Pakistan and China, has four peaks that are 8,000 meters above sea level. Among them the world’s second highest peak. K2 ,Gasha Brom One, Broad Pack and Gasha Brom Two. There are hundreds of peaks in this mountain range which are more than 7,000 feet high. The second mountain range is the Himalayas.
This mountain range extends to Pakistan, China, Afghanistan, India, Nepal and Bhutan. Spread over an area of about 2400 km, a peak of this mountain range which is the idol (above 8000 m) at Naga, also known as Kalinga Mountain is located in Diamer area of Gilgit-Baltistan. The sea level is more than a thousand meters. Five of them are in Gilgit-Baltistan.
The Hindu Kush mountain range extends from Pakistan to Afghanistan. The purpose of celebrating this day on December 11 every year globally is to highlight the importance of mountains.
In this regard, for the first time in Gilgit-Baltistan, WWF and IC Mode have organized a film festival on the occasion of International Mountain Day at Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir and Chitral level. Sixteen films have been nominated for awards in this festival.
At that today, the best of these films were awarded the winers Various filmmakers have produced documentaries on the various species of animals that live in the mountains and their characters, as well as their effects on the environment.
Someone from the suite management Suit Of the filmmaker Mountains and glaciers have also been severely affected by global warming and environmental pollution.
It is now the responsibility of the local population as well as the government to minimize the dangers to the mountains, to reduce pollution and to prevent the spread of pollution in the mountains and their foothills. And spread awareness in people.
On this topic Global village productions of Pakistan highlighted the importance of mountains and the benefits of these mountains. See a move produced by Syed Asadullah Ghazi has made a film based on the importance and usefulness of mountains. Look at it
Gilgit Baltistan Chief Minister and Chaines Ambassador met at islam abad.
Islamabad .By Sania yousof
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid and Chinese Ambassador met at Islamabad. The Chinese Ambassador said that Gilgit-Baltistan projects would be given priority in CPEC .
The Raikot to Thakot Motorway project has been included in the CPEC at the 10th JCC meeting. The project will begin soon.
Gilgit-Baltistan hydraulic power policy will be approved. Investment will also be made in hydraulic projects in Gilgit-Baltistan and in various projects in the field of minerals. Seno Pak friendship is ideal.
The Gilgit-Baltistan government needs the help of a memorial to the Chinese workers . The Chinese Ambassador said that there is a path of very close and strong friendship between Pakistan and china in which Gilgit-Baltistan has a special status.
During the meeting, the Chinese Ambassador assured that the Chinese government would ensure all possible cooperation for Gilgit-Baltistan.
Xing Jaing said that recommendations for the installation of transmission line for Gilgit-Baltistan would be put before top Chinese officials.
Special assistance will also be provided for the installation of gas generation plant for Gilgit-Baltistan and in the agricultural sector.
During the meeting, the Chinese Ambassador expressed interest in expanding the Vietnam-style special policy to promote the arrival of Chinese tourists in Gilgit-Baltistan.
The issues facing the Gilgit-Baltistan traders will be brought before the top officials of the Chinese government, Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid said that full cooperation would be extended for the construction of a memorial in the memory of Chinese workers.
Gilgit-Baltistan’s power policy is in the final stages of approval. Once the policy is approved, Chinese investors will be able to take advantage of investment opportunities in existing hydraulic projects in Gilgit-Baltistan.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid said that Tashghar Thing would help solve the problem of load shedding in Gilgit-Baltistan. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid proposed the introduction of a border market on the China border which would boost bilateral trade and create new business opportunities.
The Government of Gilgit-Baltistan will provide assistance for the establishment of a quarantine department on the Susta Border to promote exports and trade. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid said that he wanted to build an international airport in Gilgit which would further boost trade between the two countries.
The federal government has been recommended to start special flights from Skardu to Urumchi. The Government of Gilgit Baltistan has requested special assistance to Chaina for the construction of a state-of-the-art economic zone in Gilgit. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid also apprised the Chinese Ambassador of the problems faced by the traders of Gilgit-Baltistan and said that these issues should be brought before the top Chinese authorities for resolution. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid also invited the Chinese Ambassador to visit Gilgit-Baltistan.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid has participated in the main session of COP26 International Conference on Climate Change organized by the United Nations in Glasgow UK through video link.
This important conference and session was attended by Federal Minister Malik Amin Aslam and senior officials of AKAH, as well as senior government figures, representatives of institutions and officials and experts from all over the world.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid attended a special session on Combining Indigenous Knowledge and Technology to Act on the Climate Emergency at COP26 International Conference on Climate Change organized by the United Nations through video link.
Talking on the occasion, Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid said that Gilgit-Baltistan is surrounded by the world’s three largest mountain ranges, the Karakoram, the Hindu Kush and the Himalayas. The region is prone to unpredictable rains and glacial floods caused by avalanches, floods, earthquakes and climate change. Pakistan is one of the countries in the world that depend on glacial water.
Glaciers are melting rapidly due to climate change and are causing floods in rivers. LiClimate Vulnerability depends on the incidence of disasters and their ability to deal with them. In unfavorable economic and geographical conditions, the people of this region are less able to cope with the effects of climate change.
Gilgit-Baltistan has district-level disaster management agency, participation of people in emergency response, passion for volunteer service, local knowledge and experience to deal with climate change with AKDN and other agencies.
Gilgit-Baltistan government is trying to minimize the effects of climate change on the region by making proper use of these available resources. The Government of Gilgit-Baltistan is determined to provide a conducive environment for all these agencies, including AKDN, to work on climate change
The government is fully supporting all the institutions working in this regard. Along with this, plans have been laid down for comprehensive and integrated planning of every village, town and city of Gilgit-Baltistan.
It is to be noted that Ali Gilgit-Baltistan Minister Khalid Khurshid was specially invited to attend COP 26 organized by the United Nations in Glasgow UK but due to important engagements Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid could not visit UK in this regard. Link attended and addressed.
This important conference is being attended by high-level governmental, political and climate change activists and experts from around the world.
Gift Distribution among Kalash community held under Pak Australia Strategic Forum. Kalash community will be fully supported.
By Gul Hamaad Farooqi
CHITRAL: Caravan Safeerani Aman wa Muhbbat (Delegation comprising over ambassadors Peace and Love ) members of Line Club visited Kumrat, Chitral for four days. During the visit, the caravan also visited Kailash Valley where gifts were distributed to Kailash women under Pakistan-Australia Strategic Forum so that they could make new clothes for the upcoming religious festival Chattar Mass in December.
These gifts were distributed on behalf of Zeeshan Raza, a Pakistani based in Australia, through his co-ordinator in Pakistan, Sabteen Raza Lodhi. The gifts were distributed among 70 people, including Kailash men and women Qazi (religious leaders). Chief Executive of Chitral Travel Bureau Syed Harir Shah will convey all their problems to PASF which will be sent to Zeeshan Raza based in Australia so that we can alleviate the problems of these people.
This delegation comprising over doctors, professors, engineers, intellectuals and members from higher professions.
Sabteen Raza assured that in consultation with Kailash elders, PASF would also arrange hostels for Kailash students in Peshawar or Islamabad so that these students could easily pursue higher education.
Representing the Kailash people, social activist Lok Rehmat Kailash said that it was very important to set up a hostel for Kailash students and also to take necessary steps to preserve the Kailash culture and pass it on to the new generation as the leaders of Kailash religion who are called Qazis convey to new generation Kailash religion orally.
And in case of their death, this process is affected. In order to keep this culture alive, it is necessary to take necessary steps. Pakistan-Australia Strategic Forum Coordinator for Chitral Syed Harir Shah said that this is just the beginning.
And in the future, this organization intends to do a lot for the Kailash tribe. On this occasion, Kailash women Mir Kahi and Lali Gul thanked them for their gifts.
The ceremony was attended by many ladies and gentlemen belonging to the Kailash tribe who, according to the Kailash tradition, put a necklace around their necks as a necklace called Chimani, to honour the guests.
A large number of people from Kalash community attended the ceremony.