Special Representatives of Afghanistan’s Neighboring Countries Hold Online Talks

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Special Representatives of Afghanistan’s Neighboring Countries Hold Online Talks
The online meeting participants discussed the efforts of the regional countries to expand cooperation on Afghanistan.

Special representatives of the Afghanistan’s neighboring countries on Afghan issues in online talks on Sunday exchanged views on the current situation in the country and the efforts of the international community in this direction.

The meeting gathered special representatives of Turkmenistan, Iran, China, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan on Afghanistan. Deputy Foreign Minister of Turkmenistan Vepa Hajiyev represented the Turkmen side in the talks, according to the press release issued by the Turkmen foreign policy agency.

The online meeting participants discussed the efforts of the regional countries to expand cooperation on Afghanistan.

Deputy Foreign Minister Vepa Hajiyev noted the importance of the regional cooperation format in consolidating efforts to address issues of strengthening stability, security and sustainable development of Afghanistan.

The role of Turkmenistan in establishing peace in Afghanistan, through the implementation of large-scale socio-economic projects, including in the fields of energy, transport and communications was outlined during the meeting, according to the statement.

By order of President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, Turkmenistan last Wednesday sent a humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, which became the first humanitarian delivery of the Turkmen side to Afghanistan after the recent developments on its territory.