Afghanistan urges Iran's support in the region
Afghanistan, Kabul, December 25 / Trend corr. A. Hakimi/ Iran's foreign minister has criticized the recent actions of some countries involved in Afghanistan
Deputy of president Karzai, Muhammad Karim Khalili, in a meeting with the Iranian foreign minister, Manochehr Motaki, said the Afghan president has always emphasized that no plans in Afghanistan can be accepted without Iran's presence.
According to a report by Iran's foreign ministry's website, Mr. Motaki has criticized the involvement of some countries in the region.
At the present time, about 40 countries have their military in Afghanistan to fight on terrorism.
Recently, United State of America, decided to increase their military in Afghanistan which to drive insurgents in extremities.
Afghanistan's foreign ministry had denied the comments of Ali Larijani, Iran's head of the parliament about the presence of foreign troops in Afghanistan before.
Neighboring countries, expressed their concerns about the presence of foreign military in Afghanistan specially Iran.
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