Kazakhstan eyes business with new Afghan gov’t
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Kazakhstan eyes business with new Afghan gov’t

News Service Yeni Şafak

President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said that Kazakhstan is ready to establish constructive business contacts with Afghanistan's new government, TurkicWorld reported on Thursday.

Tokayev made the statement during a credential presentation ceremony in which he received letters of credentials from new ambassadors to Nur-Sultan.

The Kazakh president underscored that the pragmatic foreign policy of Kazakhstan is acquiring particular importance against the backdrop of new developments in Afghanistan.

Tokayev stressed that Afghanistan should become a stable, sovereign and united state, living in peace with itself and its neighbors.

Emphasizing the need to establish peace in the war-torn country, Tokayev said that Afghanistan should become a stable, sovereign and united state.


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