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KABUL - Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan H.E Salahuddin Rabbani met with Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Kabul Mr. Zahid Nasrullah Khan.
Hinting at the recent remarks made by Prime Minister Imran Khan, Foreign Minister Rabbani said that such statements could negatively impact relations between the two countries. Mr. Rabbani emphasized the principle of mutual respect to the national sovereignty and non-interference in the internal affairs of each other. He expressed Afghanistan's hope for constructive ties with Pakistan.
Foreign Minister Rabbani called for reopening of Pakistani airspace for flights between Afghanistan and India. The two sides discussed and exchanged views on the peace process, Consultative Loya Jirga, and Qatar Talks.
KABUL – Chaired by Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Mr. Idrees Zaman, the Steering Committee for Reporting on the Implementation of International Instruments held a meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with participation of deputy ministers of other relevant ministries.
In this meeting, recommendations of the third round of Afghanistan’s UPR were discussed and endorsed. Necessary arrangements were made with regards to the second meeting of the Exclusive Working Group on Human Rights, Governance and Refugees.
In the framework of the ‘Cooperation Agreement on Partnership and Development’ signed between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and European Union on February 18, 2018, the second meeting of the Exclusive Working Group on Human Rights, Governance and Refugees is due to be held on May 9, 2019.
KABUL – Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Mr. Idrees Zaman met with the Ambassador of the Republic of Tajikistan and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps in Kabul, Mr. Sharafuddin Imam.
The Tajik Ambassador hinted at historical and friendly relations between the two countries and added that Tajikistan is ready to provide required electricity to Afghanistan
Mr. Zaman called Tajikistan one of Afghanistan’s allies in Central Asia and added that Tajikistan is a partner of Afghanistan’s economic projects.
The two sides discussed strengthening bilateral relations, counterterrorism, trade and transit, expanding regional ties, the proposal of establishment of the supreme cooperation council, strategic agreement between the two countries and border cooperation.
KABUL- Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan H.E. Salahuddin Rabbani opened and addressed Afghanistan-SCO Ambassadorial Meeting. The meeting was then chaired by Deputy Foreign Minister Mr. Idrees Zaman.
During the meeting; economic cooperation, security cooperation, peace and Afghanistan’s full membership at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization were discussed.
KABUL – Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Mr. Idrees Zaman met with the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Kabul Mr. Liu Jinsong today.
Deputy Minister Zaman, appreciating China’s assistance for Afghanistan, deemed China’s contribution in Afghanistan – Pakistan – China trilateral meeting as significant and called for further cooperation in this regard.
Supporting the Afghan Led and Afghan Owned Peace Process, the Chinese Ambassador added that the Chinese government would increase the number of short-term training scholarships for the diplomats and the administrative staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan.
The two sides discussed bilateral, regional, and multilateral cooperation and the current political situation of the country.