Consulate General of Afghanistan
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    The Consulate General of Afghanistan in Toronto will remained closed on 26th , 27th & 28th June 2017 on the occasion of Eid.
    NOTICE: The Consulate General of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Toronto is open weekdays from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM during the month of Ramadan.

    According to the latest memo from the Consulate Affairs of the Afghanistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Afghan National ID (Tazkera) is one of the mandatory requirements to obtain Afghan Passport as of 04 January,2017.
    The Consulate General of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Toronto will be closed on Friday, August 19th, 2016 in observance of Afghanistan Independence Day.
    The Consulate General of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Toronto will be closed on Attention to the Passport Applicants: According to the latest memo from the Consulate Affairs of the Afghanistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Afghan National ID (Tazkera) is one of the mandatory requirements to obtain Afghan Passport. May 23rd, 2016 and will re-open on Tuesday May 24th, 2016.
    Ghani brands killers of security forces, civilians as enemiesKABUL (Pajhwok): President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday denounced the killers of Afghan security forces civilians as terrorists who, if detained, would be sentenced to death. Ghani expressed the views during his meeting with district managers of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) at the Presidential Palace here. A statement from the Presidential Palace quoted him as saying that the elements revolting against the government were the enemies of Afghanistan. “Daesh and other terrorist groups,which kill children, women, elders and other innocent people will be eliminated by the Afghan security forces,” the president warned. His administration had convinced the world of the validity of its stance as most countries stood behind Afghanistan and promised it continue support in economic and military fields, he claimed. The security personnel, particularly special forces, were unbeatable in the region and could conduct successful military operations against militants in any part of the country, Ghani said. He ordered NDS officials to tighten the noose around terrorists’ necks, create fear among them, block their funding and logistical sources and destroy their hideouts. Ghani said ensuring highway security would boost public trust in the government, calling protection of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline project another responsibility of the security forces. News Page
    Afghan Chief Executive calls for UN reforms to tackle unprecedented range of crises"28 September 2015 – Warning that the world faces a host of mainly human-made threats, Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah today called for United Nations reforms to deal speedily and effectively with the challenges ahead.
    President Ghani at 51st Munich Security Conference Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in lead of a state high delegation left for Germany to attend the 51st round of the Munich Security Conference.