KABUL: Turkish ambassador to Kabul Cihad Erginay met on Sunday with Taliban’s Deputy Prime Minister Mawlawi Abdul Kabir and discussed humanitarian aid and Istanbul’s interest to invest in Afghanistan.
Ambassador Erginay said Turkish investors are interested in investing in Afghanistan and will travel to Afghanistan in the coming weeks.
He provided information on the continuation of TiKA Institute activities, saying that his country is assisting the Ministry of Agriculture with improved seeds and that the work of construction projects funded by Turkey in Kandahar, Herat and Kajaki district is continuing.
Turkish envoy said, “We have provided the necessary assistance to the refugees and displaced persons through Red Crescent and the assistance continues.
Mawlvi Abdul Kabir by calling the relations between Afghanistan and Turkey long-standing and friendly said: “Turkey has always wanted a united Afghanistan.
Afghanistan needs the help and cooperation of all countries, especially Turkey, and we want Turkey to invest more in Afghanistan, Mawlavi Abdul Kabir added.
He appreciated the activities of TiKA Institute in Afghanistan and asked for more help from this organization.
He added that women work in various departments, including the passport department, the airport and the health sector, and that girls ‘schools are active in most provinces, and girls’ schools across the country will reopen next year with the completion of a new curriculum.