NSA meets deputy Australian ambassador to Kabul

By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: National Security Advisor Dr. Hamdullah Mohib met with Peter Truswell, deputy Australian ambassador to Kabul on Tuesday.
In the meeting, both sides discussed relations between the two countries and expressed happiness about 50th anniversary of the relations and asked for expansion of the relations.
National Security Advisor praised Australia for its cooperation with Afghanistan in various civil and military sectors.
In the meeting, deputy of Australian ambassador to Kabul assured of his country’s continued cooperation with Afghanistan in various fields.
He also said Australia will remain committed to expand ties and cooperation with Afghanistan, particularly on peace process.
Hamdullah Mohib said that Afghanistan government by having regular and organized plan for peace in the country was asking all those countries interested in peace process to coordinate their affairs and do consult with Afghanistan government so that the process gets succeeded.

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