1944 in Afghanistan

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See also: 1943 in Afghanistan, other events of 1944, and 1945 in Afghanistan.


Although diplomatic relations with Germany and Japan are maintained, the relations of Afghanistan with the Allied Powers become more intimate. The country is dependent for its essential imports on India, the U.S.S.R., and the United States.

January 1944[edit]

Gen. Patrick J. Hurley visits Kabul as U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's personal representative.

March 1944[edit]

The Afghan ambassador and Chinese minister in Ankara conclude a lengthy negotiation with the signing of a treaty of friendship establishing diplomatic and consular relations between the two countries.