Khalili Invites Kazakh Investors To Invest In Afghanistan

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Sunday May 5, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The second vice president Mohammad Karim Khalili in meeting with the ambassador of Kazakhstan described the relations between the two countries very cordial and called upon the public and private sectors to invest in Afghanistan, BNA reported.
In the meeting the Kazakh ambassador lauded the friendly relations between the two nations and assured his government’s support to the people and the government of Afghanistan, saying the establishment of joint commission would promote trade and economic cooperation between the two nations.
The ambassador also presented the invitation Kazakhstan deputy prime minister to Khalili to attend the international conference on countering crisis being held in Kazakhstan in near future.
Khalili in the meeting also thanked Kazakhstan for its contribution to the rebuilding process and giving scholarship to Afghan students.

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