Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan
Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan (ASA) is the official government agency of Afghanistan that regulates the Pashto and Dari Persian languages spoken in Afghanistan. It also works with Tajikistan and Iran's official government agencies to regulate literature.
The Academy was founded in 1978 by Dr. Gul Mohammed Noorzai, a historian, writer, and linguist as a result of the merging of older academic associations. The Academy has more than 300 research fellows, divided into three main groups: social science, natural sciences, and Islamic studies.
- Sayed Hassan Akhlaq, philosopher
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