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Press Review, Shariat Daily Newspaper

Shariat Daily has recently focused on some important topics, including its editorial about the holy month of Ramadan as follows: “Ramadan and its spiritual importance. Led by Uzbek Minister of Foreign Affairs, a high-ranking delegation met with the Prime Minister. 200 development projects launched in Herat. The International Community should realize that politics is not divided by religion.” Other daily events have also been covered by the Emirati newspaper. The newspaper editorially pointed to the holy month of Ramadan and its spiritual importance and said that one who overserves fast but doesn’t obey other ethics of the holy month means that he/she was not fasting but has only avoided eating and drinking. “A fasting person should help other needy people and provide them with edible items. Whoever observes fast, should perform other recommendations of the holy month and act what he says and remain honest toward their words and sayings,” the paper read on its first page. Quoting the Islamic Emirate’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, the paper published a report about the visit of the Uzbek Foreign Minister’s led high-ranking delegation to Kabul and its meeting with the Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, the other day. “Uzbekistan’s experts are ready to share their experiences of various fields, including economics, and agriculture with Afghanistan,” said the paper quoting the Uzbek Foreign Minister Bakhtiyor Saidov. According to the paper, the Uzbek foreign minister commended the prevailing security in Afghanistan and said that his country would invest in the extraction of coal mining, producing 200 megawatts of electricity from coal in Afghanistan. “A technical team of the Afghan-Trans Railway would also visit Kabul in the near future,” Saidov said as quoted by the paper. Nisar Ahmad

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