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Regional Consensus on Afghan Peace Process Widening, Uzbek Foreign Minister

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Monday, January 14, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani met his Uzbek counterpart Abdul Aziz Kamelov before beginning first round of ‘India and Central Asia Debate,’ BNA reported on Sunday.
Thanking Uzbekistan efforts on Afghan peace talks, Minister Rabbani called Uzbek president initiation eye on holding Tashkent meeting on peace, the agency further said.
Uzbek foreign minister said regional consensus on Afghan peace process was expanding.
He also stressed on his country’s support from regional and world efforts to stabilize Afghanistan and insisted on solving problems between the government of Afghanistan and Taliban through direct talks.
Foreign Minister Rabbani also appreciated the educational scholarships granted by the government of Uzbekistan particularly in the field of railway.
Likewise, Minister Rabbani met with his Turkmen counterpart, during which the Turkmen side pointed out at bolstering relations between the two countries.
He also stressed on practicing all agreements signed between Afghanistan and Turkmenistan.
Furthermore, Turmen foreign minister expressed his country’s support from the Afghan-led peace process.
At the end, Minister Rabbani called inauguration of Lapiz Lazuli route key to develop trade relations.
 

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