Embassy Of Afghanistan In Pakistan (Embassy)

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2017-09-20 00:25:19Embassy Of Afghanistan In Pakistan
The Embassy of Afghanistan in Islamabad is the diplomatic mission of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to Pakistan.The current Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan is H.E. Omar Zakhilwal.A new embassy is currently being constructed in the Diplomatic Enclave of Islamabad. Once completed, it will become Afghanistan's largest embassy abroad.In addition to Afghanistan's embassy in Islamabad, Afghanistan has 3 other representations in Pakistan. These representations include consulates in Karachi, Peshawar, and Quetta pakistan has 5 representations in Afghanistan. These representations include an embassy in Kabul consulates in Herat, Jalalabad, Mazar-e-Shar.
  • Information
  • Location:

    House No. 8, Street 90, G-6/3 Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Nickname:

    Afghani Embassy

  • Type:

    Embassy

  • Local Language Name:

    افغانستان کا سفارتخانہ

  • Coordinates :

    33.7230° N, 73.0889° E

  • Website:

    www.islamabad.mfa.gov.af

  • Details
  • City:

    Islamabad, Pakistan

  • address:

    House No. 8, Street 90, G-6/3

  • phone:

    (+92) (51) 282 4505 / 6

  • Fax:

    (+92) (51) 282 4504

  • email:

    info@islamabad.mfa.af & contact@islamabad.mfa.gov.af

  • Website:

    www.islamabad.mfa.gov.af

  • Head of Mission:

    Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal

  • Time:

    PST 09:00 am to 05:00 pm (Monday – Friday)

  • Afghanistan Consulate in Karachi:

    33/2 Off. Khayaban-e-Shamsi 9th Street, Phase V., D.H.S. 75500 Karachi Pakistan

  • Consul General:

    Vacant

  • Time:

    09:00 am to 04:00 pm (Monday – Thursday), (Friday) 09:00 am to 12:00 pm

  • Telephone:

    021 -5821264

  • Fax:

    021 -5821260

  • Email:

    karachi@islamabad.mfa.gov.af

  • Afghanistan Consulate in Peshawar:

    Gul Mohar Lane, University Town Peshawar

  • Consul General:

    Mr. Alhaj Abdul Khaleq Farahi

  • Time:

    09:00 am to 03:00 pm (Monday – Friday)

  • Telephone:

    091 -285963

  • Fax:

    091 -285961

  • Email:

    peshawar@islamabad.mfa.gov.af

  • Afghanistan Consulate in Quetta:

    45, Prince Road, Quetta

  • Consul General:

    Mr. Wahidullah Momand

  • Time:

    PST 09:00 am to 04:00 pm (Monday – Friday)

  • Telephone:

    0092-81-9203328

  • Fax :

    (081) - 9202549

About

Embassy of Afghanistan
Embassy of Afghanistan

Afghanistan Embassy in Islamabad

Embassy of Afghanistan under Construction
Embassy of Afghanistan under Construction
  • Address: House No. 8, Street 90, G-6/3
IslamabadPakistan
  • Phone
+92-51-282-4505 +92-51-282-4506
  • Fax
+92-51-282-4504
  • Email
contact@islamabad.mfa.gov.af
  • Website URL
www.islamabad.mfa.gov.af

Afghanistan Consulate in Karachi

Consulate of Afghanistan .jpg
Consulate of Afghanistan .jpg
  • Address 33/2 Off. Khayaban-e-Shamsi 9th Street,
Phase V., D.H.S. 75500 KarachiPakistan
  • Phone
+92-21-582-1264
  • Fax
+92-21-582-1260
  • Email
agc_karachi@yahoo.com

Afghanistan Consulate in Peshawar

Embassy of Afghanistan in Islamabad
Embassy of Afghanistan in Islamabad
  • Address Gul Mohar Lane
University Town PeshawarPakistan
  • Phone
+92-91-285-963
  • Fax
+92-91-285-961
  • Email
cgap@brain.net.pk

Afghanistan Consulate in Quetta

Ambassador of Pakistan in Afghanistan
Ambassador of Pakistan in Afghanistan
  • Address 45 Price Road
Quetta Pakistan
  • Phone
+92-81-843-364
  • Fax
+92-81-920-2549

Note

Embassy of Afghanistan logo
Embassy of Afghanistan logo
For centuries, Afghanistan has been a mosaic of people with diverse cultures, religions and languages. Afghanistan’s ethnically and linguistically rich and mixed population reflects its location at the crossroads of Central, South and Southwest Asia. Communities with separate religions, languages, and ethnic backgrounds have lived side by side for generations. Afghanistan still remains a country of dynamic diversity.[1] mixed population  its ---   location crossroads


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