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Afghanistan, Kazakhstan stress on expansion of regional cooperation

National security adviser, Hanif Atmar met with Kazakh deputy Foreign Minister, Kamaldinov and his delegation Tuesday, 27 July in Astana, capital of Kazakhstan.
According to the office of National Security Council, both sides talked on durability and improvement of bilateral and multilateral relations, and discussed political and economic cooperation.
“Shanghai cooperation summit in Astana was really beneficial, and the pursuit and implementation of the promises at the meeting. In all existing such institutions is very helpful in regional development and stability,” Kazakh deputy foreign minister said.
“National consensus should be conducted to fight the insurgency, preventing organized crimes and drug trafficking,” Mr. Kamaldinove said.
“We have a joint enemy at the level of region and world and there is a need to have a joint and coordinated strategy, in order to eliminate the insurgency,” Mr. Atmar said at the meeting.
Kazakh deputy foreign minister said that his country will establish an international center to counter terrorism and called on Afghanistan to cooperate in this regard.
The positive role of the United States, China, and Pakistan was the other subject discussed and both sides agreed to step up diplomatic and political efforts to destroy scaremongering and regional threats.
The two sides have made out to organize economic and transit agreement which next processes will be followed by both countries.

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