Dr. Abdullah discusses bilateral ties with Turkmen FM, Iranian envoy

By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met with Turkmen Foreign Minister and his accompanying delegation here at the Sapidar Palace yesterday.
According to CE Press Office, both sides discussed bilateral trade ties and regional cooperation.
Turkmen FM said his country was working of mega projects with Afghanistan, including that of TAPI, electricity transmission line and extension of railroad, hoping that the project further strengthen the bilateral ties between the two countries.
Calling Turkmenistan as good neighbor of Afghanistan, CE Abdullah said the neighboring country was willing to boost its ties with Afghanistan through implementation of the projects, adding the national unity government was committed too to strengthen such cooperation and relations.
According to another report, Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met with Iranian Special Envoy for Afghanistan Ibrahim Taherian here at the Sapidar Palace yesterday, a statement said.
Both sides discussed bilateral ties, developments in the region, peace process and presidential election, the statement from CE Press office said.
Both sides also discussed enhancing bilateral ties between Afghanistan and Iran, the statement added.

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