Iran, Afghanistan to establish environmental commission

Iran, Afghanistan to establish environmental commission

Iran, Afghanistan to establish environmental commission

 

 
Abdullah Abdullah who is in Tehran was received by President Rouhani on Tuesday evening. Both leaders discussed bilateral issues when Mr. Rouhani believed that improved relations with neighbors especially Afghanistan had been a priority for Iran; “both nations should boost border cooperation to improve economic relations and trade; we welcome and actually are prepared to finalize the comprehensive draft of bilateral cooperation with Afghanistan, and see this visit a turning point in bringing relations to a level well-suited to Tehran-Kabul economic, trade, and cultural ties,” Rouhani emphasized.
 
President Rouhani believed that security was an important good the Afghans needed in the volatile region; “Iran wants to see a secure and stable as well as united Afghanistan in its eastern borders; in this venue, formation of national unity government is a brilliant initiative and valuable achievement which truly indicates the political insight and understanding of the leaders in preference of unity for different ethnic groups in Afghanistan,” he told the meeting. Rouhani then turned to drug trafficking and plantations in Afghanistan, the tackling of which entailed serious and all-out coordination between regional and international players.

 

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