18 September 2020

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No Country Allowed To Use Afghan Soil Against Neighbors, Khalili

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Kabul (BNA) Mohammad Karim Khalili, the second vice president met with Iranian minister of internal affairs here in Kabul yesterday. 
In the meeting, both sides talked about bilateral relations and stressed on further consolidation of mutual friendly relations between the two countries besides similar religious, cultural and historic relations. 
Mustafa Mohammad Najar, interior minister of Iran considered that negative impacts of narcotics, coordination of joint activities between the two countries are important to counter narcotics. 
Pointing out related to his country’s programs related to legalizing of Afghan refugees in Iran, Iranian interior minister hoped that Afghan government is to support the process. 
In the meeting, the second vice president praised the Islamic Republic of Iran for its assistance to Afghanistan in rehabilitation process in new phase and emphasized on expansion of the ties between the two countries. 
Pointing out related to holding the traditional loya jirga, Mohammad Karim Khalili stressed that Afghan government will not let any country to use Afghan soil against the neighbors. 
The vice president also praised Iran for providing facilities to Afghan refugees in Iran and asked for further cooperation in this regard.

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