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Afghanistan, Turkey ink strategic pact

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Afghanistan, Turkey ink strategic pact

Turkish agreementTurkish President Recep Tayiip Erdogan signed the strategic cooperation agreement with his Afghan counterpart Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai at the Presidential Palace in Kabul, Afghanistan on Saturday.

He paid a one-day visit to Afghanistan and assured President Ghani his country’s long-term support.

The pact focuses on economic development, including agriculture, mining, transport, construction and improvement of small and medium enterprises.

A commission will be formed for the implementation of the strategic cooperation agreement Kabul and Istanbul where the presidents of the two nations will have annual meetings regarding the progress of the projects.

President Ghani said Turkey would assist Afghanistan in developing a better aviation administration and connecting Afghanistan with Turkey through Turkmenistan and Caspian Sea.



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