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Afghanistan & Kazakhstan sign 2 agreements, 4 MoUs

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Afghanistan &  Kazakhstan sign 2 agreements, 4 MoUs

The Afghan and Kazakh government signed two agreements and 4 memorandum of understandings (MoUs).

According to a statement from Afghan presidential palace, the agreements were on cooperation in the fields of culture and civil defense and prevention and emergency response.

The four MoUs were signed between the following parties:

  1. Afghanistan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) and Kazakhstan’s national company, “Food Contract Corporation”.
  2. Afghanistan’s National Standards Authority and Committee of Technical Regulation and Metrology of Republic of Kazakhstan
  3. Afghanistan’s Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission and Kazkahstan’s Agency for Civil Service.
  4. Afghanistan’s Institute of Diplomacy and Kazakhstan’s Academy of Public Administration

President Ghani headed a high-level government delegation for his trip to Astana. In his interview with Kazakh’s Khabar Agency on the eve of his official visit to Astana, President Ghani noted that the main goal of the two countries is the development of comprehensive economy and trade relations.


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