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Taliban call for dialogue to resolve Kabul-Tehran issues

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KABUL – In a meeting with Iranian Ambassador to Afghanistan Hassan Kazemi Qomi, Afghanistan’s acting foreign minister, Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi, reiterated the need for dialogue and understanding to address the bilateral issues between Afghanistan and Iran.

During the Sunday meeting, the Iranian envoy underscored Tehran’s support for the current Afghan government, stating that Iran had staunchly defended Afghanistan’s position during a recent Doha meeting. Qomi also emphasized the importance of managing the shared border between the two nations through close coordination.

Muttaqi, on his part, emphasized the enduring and amicable ties between the two countries and advocated for the resumption of Afghan prisoner transfers and the facilitation of Afghan visa issuance procedures. He echoed the sentiment that dialogue and mutual understanding would pave the way for resolving the existing bilateral matters.

The meeting also reportedly delved into the topic of Helmand River water rights, highlighting the need for a collaborative approach to address this shared resource management issue.

These discussions underscore the ongoing efforts by Afghanistan and Iran to foster constructive relations and address the concerns that arise between the two neighboring nations.

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