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China, Afghanistan ink 3 cooperation accords

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China, Afghanistan ink 3 cooperation accords

Afghanistan and China signed cooperation agreements on security, reconstruction and education cooperation on Tuesday after the Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao arrived in Kabul.

China has agreed to provide four security scanners that would be used by police and National Defense personnel to scan people and vehicles in Kabul.

As per the reconstruction agreement, China will invest USD 79mn in construction of 10,000 apartments which would be distributed to the families of martyrs and government officials.

China also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on offering 3,000 scholarships to Afghan students to study in China.

Vice President Li Yuanchao pledged to continue cooperation with the Afghan government in its peace process with the Taliban.


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