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President Ghani heads to Turkmenistan

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President Ghani heads to Turkmenistan

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani left Kabul on Monday morning on a one-day official visit for Ashgabat, capital of Turkmenistan, where he will meet his Turkmen counterpart to confer on bilateral ties.

According to a statement from the presidential palace, President Ghani will discuss a number of issues concerning improving ties between the two nations.

The delegation led by President Ghani includes Finance Minister Eklil Hakimi, Minister of Economy Abdul Satar Murad, head of the administrative affairs Abdul Salam Rahimi, senior presidential advisor Dr. Humayoun Qayumi, senior presidential envoy for the Central Asia Mohammad Shakir Kargar, and senior presidential advisor for public relations and strategic relations Shah Zaman Maiwandi.

The two presidents are expected to witness the signing of cooperation agreements.


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