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Of Mines & Industries: Ibrahim ADEL Min. of Public Works: Surab Ali SAFARI Min. of Refugees & Repatriation: Sher Mohammad ETEBARI Min. of Rural Development: Ehsan ZIA Min. of Transportation: Niamatullah Ehsan JAWID Min. of Urban Development: Yousef PASHTUN Min. of Women’s Affairs: Hasan Bano GHAZANFAR Min. of Youth & Culture: Abdul Karim KHURAM National Security Adviser: Zalmay RASSOUL, Dr. Governor, Central Bank: Abdul Qadir FITRAT Ambassador to the US: Said Tayeb JAWAD Permanent Representative to the UN, New York: Zahir TANIN Background Notes a nationwide “Loya Jirga” (Grand Council) in mid-June 2002 that decided on the structure of a Transitional Authority.
During the war against the Soviet occupation, Pakistan served as the primary logistical conduit for the Afghan resistance. Pakistan initially developed close ties to the Taliban regime, and extended recognition in 1997. Pakistan dramatically altered its policy in support of coalition efforts to remove the Taliban after September 11, 2001. Afghanistan and Pakistan are engaged in dialogue to resolve bilateral friction. Pakistan is also seeking to repatriate its Afghan refugee population, which is concentrated mostly in the Northwestern Frontier Province.
S. declined Afghanistan’s request for defense cooperation but extended an economic assistance program focused on the development of Afghanistan’s physical inf rastructure—roads, dams, and power plants. S. aid shif ted from infrastructure projects to technical assistance programs to help develop the skills needed to build a modern economy. T h e Pe a c e C o r p s wa s a c t i v e i n Afghanistan between 1962 and 1979. After the April 1978 coup, relations deteriorated. S. Ambassador Adolph “Spike” Dubs was murdered in Kabul after Afghan security forces burst in on his kidnap- ers.