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China accepts credentials of IEA’s newly appointed ambassador

KABUL: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate has announced that Chinese officials accepted the credential of IEA’s newly appointed ambassador in Beijing on Friday. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement said that Bilal Karimi presented a copy of his credentials to the Director-General of the Protocol Department of the Foreign Ministry of China, Hong Lei, at the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to the statement, Hong Li welcomed Bilal Karimi and considered his appointment as ambassador an important step in the expansion of relations between China and Afghanistan. He said that China respects the national sovereignty of Afghanistan and the decisions of the people of this country and does not interfere in its internal affairs. “China wants to cooperate with Afghanistan in the framework of the “Belt and Road” initiative in the field of economic and infrastructure projects,” the statement quoted Li as saying. Meanwhile, Bilal Karimi expressed pleasure over starting work as the ambassador and special representative of the Islamic Emirate in China. “This is an important chapter in the expansion of relations between the two countries,” the statement quoted Karimi as saying. Bilal Karimi assured China that no country will be threatened from Afghanistan soil, adding that stability and security in the region is in the interest of all. He also appreciated China’s “positive and non-interference policy” in Afghanistan’s affairs, and called China a good neighbor of Afghanistan, according to the statement. He also highlighted the importance of China’s role in investment, infrastructure restoration, and development and reconstruction projects. He said that the current stability in Afghanistan is a good opportunity that should be fully utilized. In the meantime, Hong expressed hope that with the acceptance of the IEA ambassador, positive relations between China and Afghanistan will be further enhanced and expanded. He once again welcomed the IEA ambassador and reassured that credentials will be presented to the President of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Xi Jinping, during a special ceremony in the near future. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.