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Trade relations will further expand with Kazakhstan, Deputy PM Beradar

KABUL: Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate for Economic Affairs Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar met with high ranking delegation led his Kazakh counterpart Serik Zhumangarin at Charchanar Palace, his office said in a statement the other day. In the meeting, both sides exchanged views on issues relating to political, economic, commercial, transit, railway and basic projects. Expressing pleasure over Kazakhstan humanitarian assistance, the deputy Prime Minister said that Kazakhstan has always maintained good relations and cooperation with Afghanistan and that Afghanistan also ensured to maintain friendly relations with that country,” the statement quoted. “To expand relations between the two countries, we ask our friendly country of Kazakhstan to accept the new Afghan diplomats in their country,” the statement quoted the deputy PM as saying. The Islamic Emirate has taken concrete steps for the economic stability of the country and is rapidly working on plans for the implementation of major infrastructural projects. He said that trade relations with Kazakhstan will expand and that with the restoration of sure security and establishment of central government in Afghanistan, a good ground has been provided for investment in large projects such as the extension of railway networks in the country. The Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan said that his country has had good relations with Afghanistan in the course of history, and in order to strengthen these relations, new Afghan diplomats will be accepted in Kazakhstan in the near future. Kazakh deputy PM said that the main purpose of their visit to Afghanistan is to develop business relations, to create a joint group for the quick solution of business problems, to provide visa facilities to Afghan businessmen, to open bank branches in both countries and to open Afghan business offices, according to the statement. He also said that last year, Kazakhstan and Afghanistan had trade worth nearly one billion U.S. dollars, which shows a double increase compared to the previous year. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.