Afghan president hails Turkey's support for peace

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Afghanistan's president on Saturday hailed Turkey's efforts for peace in the war-ravaged country amid a surge in Taliban assaults following a brief truce. reports citing foreign media that Ashraf Ghani spoke as he received the credentials of the new Turkish ambassador to Kabul, Cihad Erginay, who replaced Oguzhan Ertugrul.

"The President wished success to the new Turkish Ambassador to Afghanistan and while referring to Turkey's relations and cooperation with Afghanistan in various fields, added that Afghanistan is committed to the continuation of these relations, and appreciates the efforts of the country [Turkey] in the peace process," said an official statement issued by the presidency.

2021.05.22 / 18:56
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