KABUL (BNA) Britain’s charge d’Affaire for Afghanistan Hugo Shorter met with Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi to discuss diplomatic Issues and recent attacks on civilians in Afghanistan.
Britain’s Charge d’Affaire for Afghanistan condemning the recent attacks on civilians in Kabul and Balkh praised the recent decree of the supreme leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan on prohibited poppy cultivation, sale, exports, or use of the drugs in the country. Said Balkhi Spokesperson in a series of tweets.
Mr. Shorter promised cooperation of his country in support to boost Afghanistan Agro businesses to bring in alternative change against Poppy cultivation in the country. Quoted Balkhi.
In the meeting, Britain’s Charge d’Affaire for Afghanistan said its country will not support any armed opposition against the new Afghan government. tweets added.
Afterward, Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi stressed positive diplomatic ties with the world community and termed the recent blasts against civilian the ultimate enmity against the Afghan people.
Late Friday a high-level delegation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan led by the Acting Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation Mullah Hamidullah Akhundzadeh left for Qatar.