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Relation between Afghanistan and world expanding

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Thursday, April 2, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan relations with the world countries, based on mutual cooperation and understanding is getting expanded as President Hamid Karzai is trying to provide good relation with the world nations based on the mutual cooperation and good well.
Following a series of Kabul plans on signing long-term strategic agreements with the world nations, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai in his three nations’ tours signed another cooperation agreement with Finnish prime minster, according to the Presidential press office.
In Helsinki, the capital center of Fenland, both Afghanistan President and Jyrki Katainen, Prime Minister of Fenland signed a long-term cooperation agreement after meeting with his Finnish counterpart, Sauli Niinisto, the Presidential office said.
Good relation between Afghanistan and the world nations in different fields such as cultural, social and political would lay positive impact on development of the country as the strategic nations vowed to help the country in strengthening of education, economic and other sphere.
Both sides discussed bilateral cooperation and development of Afghanistan, with president Niinisto haling the treaty as a huge stride towards bilateral relation expansion and the country’s sustainable development “Finnish would provide an annual million euros in development assistance for a decade post 2014’s Afghanistan, when the international troops are set to change combat into support”, he said at a joined news conference with Karzai, a statement from the presidential office said.
Education was vowed by the freshly emerged strategic nation to be shared with experience, and besides this, security forces was promised to be provided with training and equipment, as well, the statement quoted.
President Hamid Karzai termed the accord a new chapter opened in the friendly relations between the two nations.
The president will leave for Estonia to hold talk on expansion of relations after which he will proceed to Denmark to ink another strategic cooperation document with Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.
Kabul signed similar pacts with a number of civilized nations such as Britain, France, Germany and Italy, last year.
Tightening relation would help the war-suffered Afghan share experiences of the civilized nations.
President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan made many tours to many countries to draw attention from the world for development of the country and the nations.

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