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Karzai signs cooperation pacts with Tajikistan

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Karzai signs cooperation pacts with Tajikistan

karzaiAfghan President Hamid Karzai met with his Tajik counterpart, Emomali Rahmon to confer on strengthening economic ties between the two nations.

Karzai was accompanied by a delegation of high ranking Afghan government officials in this trip.

According to reports, the two parties discussed the implementation of the Central Asia South Asia Electricity Transmission and Trade Project (CASA 100) and the regional project aimed at constructing a railway link connecting, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan.

The sides also discussed construction of a railway link connecting China, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Iran.

The two presidents signed a joint statement, which expresses readiness of the two countries to further develop bilateral relations.

The sides also signed the government-to-government agreement on demining, the protocol to the government-to-government agreement between Tajikistan and Afghanistan of April 27, 2005 on crossings on the Tajik-Afghan border and the agreement between the Ministry of Finance of Tajikistan and the Ministry of Finance of Afghanistan on insurance cooperation.

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