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NUG leaders meet Iranian deputy foreign minister

KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani received Iranian deputy minister of foreign affairs Sayed Abas Iraqchi yesterday at Gul Khana Palace.
In the meeting, both sides discussed importance of state to state multilateral relations, the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process and modality of better using of Chabahar port.
Iranian deputy minister of foreign affairs briefed related to recent meetings of the Iranian officials with the Taliban group, assuring of his country’s commitment to supporting the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process.
Meanwhile, it was also stressed that further coordination should be made in all dimensions to give effective results.
According to another report, chief executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah also met the Iranian deputy minister of foreign affairs yesterday at Sapidar palace.
In the meeting, Iranian deputy minister of foreign affairs by calling relations between the two countries as historic and friendly briefed related to talks held recently between Iranian officials and representatives of the Taliban group, stressing that the talks have been held in coordination with Afghanistan government. The country’s chief executive by praising Iran for sharing information in connection with talks held recently between the country’s officials and the Taliban group, stressing that Afghanistan government was supporting peace, but peace could not be implemented in price of years of achievements. Praising also the Islamic Republic of Iran for its role in hosting Afghan refugees, chief executive asked for increasing of further cooperation between the two countries.
The Kabul Times

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