FM: Boosting cooperation with Iran priority of Afghan foreign policy
Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan Mohammad Haneef Atmar said on Thursday that expanding bilateral relations in the economic field and exchanging technical experiences with Iran is one of the priorities of Afghanistan's foreign policy, Trend reports citing IRNA.
He made the remarks in a meeting with Iran's Energy Minister Reza Ardekanian via a video conference late on Thursday.
Referring to the status of Iran in Afghan foreign policy and his recent meetings with the senior Iranian officials, Atmar said that promoting and strengthening mutual cooperation in the economic, trade, security fields and sharing technical experiences between the two countries' experts is a priority of Afghanistan's foreign policy.
In this video conversation, the two sides also discussed plans to expand cooperation in the field of energy transmission, trade and transit development, opening of the Khaf-Herat railway, proposals for joint ventures, preparations for holding the Joint cooperation commission meeting, finalization of a memorandum of understanding as well as the comprehensive document of cooperation between Kabul and Tehran.