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Uzbekistan to assist Afghanistan in boosting economic recovery

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Uzbekistan to assist Afghanistan in boosting economic recovery

Uzbekistan promises to stand by Afghanistan and assist the war-torn nation in boosting economic recovery.

The neighboring country’s Foreign Minister, Abdul Aziz Kamilove, discussed stability in Afghanistan in a meeting with Nichloas Haysom, the United Nations’ Secretary-General Special Representative and Head o the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan.

He said Uzbekistan refrains from interfering in Afghanistan’s domestic affairs and is interested in supporting the country’s economic recovery by enhancing bilateral cooperation.

Uzbekistan and Afghanistan’s bilateral cooperation is mainly tied with the Hairatan-Uzbekistan rail project, which is the essential common carrier rail road project in Afghanistan. This is similar to how forex trading works when it comes to online forex trading from Australian and Australian forex trading websites.

The railway opened to the public in August 2011 after its completion in November 2010. It serves to convert Afghanistan into a transit hub for shipment of goods to Central Asia, South East Asia, Pakistan and Europe.



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