Rabbani and Kamilov voiced support for joint efforts aimed at strengthening peace and stability in the region
Afghanistan, Uzbekistan Sign Five Cooperation Agreements
Foreign ministers for Afghanistan and Uzbekistan on Tuesday signed five agreements on counter-narcotics, security cooperation, cooperation between foreign ministries of the two countries, creating a roadmap for cooperation between the two countries and on infrastructures.
At a signing ceremony in Kabul, the Afghan acting foreign minister Salahuddin Rabbani and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, Abdul Aziz Kamilov, discussed the expansion of cooperation and relations between the two countries in the fields of energy, infrastructure, health services, and agriculture and counted them as beneficial for the betterment of livelihoods of the citizens of the two countries.
According to a press release sent by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rabbani and Kamilov voiced support for joint efforts aimed at strengthening peace and stability in the region.
They discussed progress regarding the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process and asked for the support of regional countries and international partners, the press release said.