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Afghanistan appoints A Military Attaché in Moscow


Kabul: Afghanistan has introduced a new military attaché to the Afghan embassy in Moscow who has been accepted by Russian authorities.

Ahmad Zmarak Yaser has recently been introduced as the military attaché in Moscow and has begun his duties, the source said Tolo news.

Afghan administration has not officially confirmed the introduction of this attaché; however, it stated that the interim government of Afghanistan seeks engagement with all countries, including Russia.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of Taliban, said: “Afghanistan’s relationship with Russia is at a very good level; we have diplomatic, economic and trade relations managed through diplomatic channels and embassies, which are progressing well. We want our relationships with all countries to be secured.”

Afghanistan previously introduced economic attachés and those for the migrant sector to several countries, both close and far.

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