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Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan sign bilateral documents in Kabul

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Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan sign bilateral documents in Kabul

afghan-kyrgyzIn a bid to strengthen relations between the two nations, Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan signed several bilateral pacts on Sunday.

The two parties conferred on bilateral cooperation and prospects of relations development.

Afghanistan expressed its interest in development of trade and economic cooperation, implementation of regional transport and energy projects, as well as of close cooperation between the two countries in combating terrorism, religious extremism, drug trafficking and illegal migration.

The documents were signed between Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Erlan Abdyldayev and his Afghan counterpart Zarar Ahmad Osmani.

The documents that were signed included: protocol on cooperation and political consultations between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan; memorandum of understanding and cooperation between the two Ministries; memorandum of understanding and cooperation between the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan and the State Agency of Afghanistan on Fight Against Emergencies.



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