Several MoU signed in Ghani’s trip to Kazakhstan

(Last Updated On: November 23, 2015)

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 President of Afghanistan Mohammad Ashraf Ghani with his counterpart President NursultanNazarbayev have insisted on expanding of military, political and economy ties while visiting each other.

The major agenda discussion was on improving of culture relationships, combating Natural disasters, expanding of mutual business, and at the end both presidents have signed several memorandums of understandings to strengthen its ties.

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has during a press conference insisted on mutual business ties.

Nazarbayev said,” Kazakhstan is ready to provide some education scholarships for Afghan students,and also to provide more cooperation for Afghan Government combating terrorism, counter Narcotic and ensuring security,this will provide suitable political environment for both countries, Terrorism doesn’t have goods and bads, it doesn’t even recognize the culture let’s get together and fight against it.”

President Nazarbayev has also mentioned that Kazakhstan has always supported Afghanistan in International summits, we are aware what goes in Afghanistan, and we do review the Afghanistan’s incidents.”

Meanwhile Minister of culture and information Abdul Bari Jahani said,” we do appreciate the Kazakhstan’s cooperation for giving education scholarships to Afghan students,Afghan Government is also ready to provide culture cooperation.”

Minister of Government in reviewing the Natural disaster Wais Barmak said,” the following memorandum of understanding which has been signed will improve our capacity to respond immediately to the disaster.”

The signing of memorandum of understandings comes after that recently the mutual ties in between Kabul- Islamabad has gone in to darkness.

Reported by Abdul Aziz Karimi

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