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Mar 17, 2019
Rabbani, Kalla talk bilateral ties, peace process
KABUL (Pajhwok): Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani has thanked the Indonesian Government for its special hospitality and efforts in paving the way for face to face peace talks between Afghan government and the Taliban, according to a statement on Saturday.
The view was expressed by Rabbani during a meet with the Indonesian Vice President Muhammad Jusuf Kalla, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Kalla termed the issue of, reconciliation, post war situation, and the integration of Taliban very important.
Pointing at implementation of five recently signed agreements between the two countries, Rabbani asked for capacity building of mine workers and Indonesia’s investment on the mining section of Afghanistan.
Considering Indonesia’s good experience in elections, the foreign minister asked Kalla to share his country’s experience with the electoral commissions of Afghanistan.
Recalling commitments of Indonesia with Afghanistan, the Indonesian Vice President promised to send a delegation to meet with the electoral commissions of Afghanistan and to talk on how to cooperate in holding elections in a better manner.
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