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Kabul, Canberra bolstering bilateral ties

AT News Report

KABUL: Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs and Acting Foreign Minister Idrees Zaman on Monday met with Charge d’affaires of Australian Embassy in Kabul Mr. James Hall, in which both sides shed lights over key issues, including mutual relations and forthcoming presidential elections set to be held in July.

Zaman briefed James on International Contact Group Meeting in London, the 3rd Kabul Process Conference which is due to be held in March 2019, the foreign ministry said in a statement.   

“Both sides talked on good relations between the two countries, upcoming presidential elections, the Peace Process and prominent role of women in this process,” the statement added.

In another meeting with Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Kabul Gagan Pulasthi Bulathsinghala, Minister Zaman discussed important issues.

“They discussed the strengthening of bilateral ties, not least in the area of trade, mutual cooperation under the SAARC framework, holding Afghanistan’s historical artifacts exhibition in Sri Lanka, and facilitating Sri Lanka’s assistance process to the Ministry of Public Health of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan,” the statement added.

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