FM Muttaqi Leading a high-ranking Delegation Leaves for Tashkent

KABUL (BNA) The Afghan Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi heading a delegation, left for Tashkent today to attend an international regional conference.

The country’s Foreign Minister, attending the conference at the invitation of neighboring country Uzbekistan, holding July 25 to 26 for two days, said a spokesman for the Afghan Foreign Ministry, on his Twitter page.

Earlier, the Uzbek Foreign Minister, Vladimir Norov, during a press conference announced that the delegation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan would attend the conference to discuss regional connectivity and some major projects formerly contracted with Afghanistan.

The Tashkent conference will last for two days and will start tomorrow Monday, July 25, the representatives of 20 international and regional countries will participate.

Many countries, including Afghan Neighbors, held conferences on Afghanistan, which yielded fruitful results, reopening Afghanistan embassies in some countries, and attracting humanitarian aid, paving the ground for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, official recognition.

The Tashkent meeting will focus on Afghanistan, terms will be discussed between sides for the fulfillment of international responsibilities and accepting the contracts signed formally.


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