Minister's Biography

Biography of H.E. Zarar Ahmad Osmani
Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Mr. Zarar Ahmad Osmani son of Alhaj Wakil Mir Mohammad Osman, was born in Khwaja Sayaran Village, Parwan Province in 1964. He completed his primary education at Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan School and his secondary education at Mohammad Osman Khan-e-Parwani Vocational School. He graduated from Habibia High School and after passing the entrance exam, entered Kabul Polytechnical University where he continued with his studies until the second half of the third year.

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  •  weekly Press Conference September 01, 2014
    متن کنفرانس مطبوعاتی هفته وار احمد شکیب مستغنی، سخنگو و رئیس اطلاعات عامه وزارت امور خارجه جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان تاریخ: دوشنبه 10 سنبله ۱۳۹۳ محل: سالون تشریفات وزارت امور خارجه زمان: ساعت 11:00 قبل از ظهر بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم دوستان عزیز السلام علیکم، صبح...
  •  Results of the MoFA Written Entrance Exam
    Results of the MoFA Written Entrance Exam
  •  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan holds Entry Exam
    Kabul- 22, August, 2014 More than 1, 300 applicants participated in the entry exam held by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of its institutional and cadre reforms. Applicants holding graduation, post graduation and doctoral certificates in the Law...
  •  Kerry in Kabul to promote power-sharing agreement
    KABUL — Secretary of State John Kerry arrived here Thursday to urge progress on a power-sharing agreement between the country’s two presidential contenders, even as the Afghan government and international observers continue to review election results to determine a winner. Kerry...
  •  Kerry Encourages Support for National Unity in Afghanistan
    Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs Chief of Protocol Hamid Siddiq greets U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry after Kerry’s arrival in Kabul on August 7. They are joined by U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan James Cunningham. Kerry will meet with presidential candidates Abdullah...

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