President Ghani Leaves Kabul for Kuwait, Qatar
President Ashraf Ghani leading a high-level government delegation left Kabul early Monday morning for official visits to Kuwait and Qatar, according to Arg.
Offering Fatiha to the late Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and to convey his sympathies to the state and people of Kuwait, he will then head to Qatar to discuss bilateral relations.
On a two-day official visit in Doha, he is set to meet the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, the Prime Minister, and a number of senior officials of the country to discuss efforts for deepening Afghanistan-Qatar bilateral relations and mutual cooperation in various areas.
During the visit, president Ghani is scheduled to address a gathering at Doha Institute where Qatar’s prominent diplomats, lecturers, academicians and students will attend as well.
The President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan will be accompanied by first vice president Amrullah Saleh, acting Foreign Minister Mohammad Hanif Atmar, National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib, chief of Staff for the President Mohammad Shakir Kargar, General Director of the Administrative Office of the President Dr. Fazel Mahmood Fazly, acting Minister of Higher Education Abbas Basir, acting Minister of Education Rangina Hamidi, acting Minister of Economy Karima Hamid Faryabi, Member of the Lower House Ajmal Rahmani, Member of the Upper House Abdul Latif Nahzatyar, and Ambassadors of Afghanistan to Kuwait and Qatar.