Taliban's minister for borders:

The Minister of Borders and Tribes in the Taliban government described the talks with the Iranian side on borders and migrants as very constructive.

Iran PressAsia: Noorullah Noori, the Taliban's acting minister for borders and tribal affairs, told Iranian reporters on the sidelines of a meeting of Iranian and Taliban delegations in Kabul on Wednesday that they had discussed various issues and that the Taliban were satisfied with the consultations.

Noorullah Noori stated that the two sides agreed to coordinate and cooperate to establish security borders. "The Taliban assures Tehran that it is committed to friendship with and cooperation on other issues," the minister stressed.

Iran's Special Envoy for Afghanistan Hassan Kazemi Qomi is currently in Kabul and met with Taliban officials today to discuss various issues.

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