Iran-Afghanistan Joint Cooperation Committees have started working

On the third day of the Iranian Special envoy's visit to Afghanistan, seven joint Iranian-Afghan cooperation committees started working in Kabul with the presence of the Iranian delegation and the heads of Agriculture, Refugee Affairs, Information, and Culture, Economy and Trade, and Industry ministries.

Iran PressAsia: At the inauguration of the committees, Hassan Kazemi Qomi, Iran's special envoy for Afghanistan said: "Others do not allow Afghanistan to utilize its resources, but Iran is ready to help Afghanistan."

Iran envoy said: "Although the occupiers have fled Afghanistan, their evils continue. "We are not only looking to export goods to Afghanistan, but also to export technical and engineering services," Kazemi Qomi highlighted.

On Tuesday, Iran's special envoy for Afghanistan and accompanying delegation met with Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban's first deputy chief of staff, to discuss ways to expand Iran-Afghanistan cooperation.

On Tuesday, Kazemi met with Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaghi to discuss various issues, including political, economic, refugee affairs, bilateral relations, and regional and international cooperation.


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