1943 in Afghanistan

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See also: 1942 in Afghanistan, other events of 1943, and 1944 in Afghanistan.

The Treaty of Saadabad with Turkey, Iran, and Iraq is automatically renewed for a further five years, as none of its signatories has denounced it six months before expiration.

June 1, 1943[edit]

A new departure is taken by the appointment of the first Afghan minister to the U.S., Abdul Hossein Aziz, who formerly represented his country in Moscow.

October 24, 1943[edit]

It is learned that negotiations for a treaty of alliance between China and Afghanistan have been completed in Ankara.