Ukraine cooperating to rebuild Afghanistan
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kolba attended the plenary session of the 2020 Afghanistan Summit and briefed participants on the ability of Ukrainian companies to work to revitalize Afghanistan.
“Ukraine has a lot to offer, we are ready to participate in regional and trans-regional economic, infrastructure and energy projects with the participation of Afghanistan, Ukrainian companies are ready to supply industrial goods, construction, locomotives, tractors,” he added. Railway equipment and machinery. “Our specialists are ready to assist in organizing training for Afghan engineers involved in the construction of railway infrastructure and warning systems.”
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry supports the Afghan leadership’s efforts to advance the dialogue between Afghans. According to Kolba, it is Afghanistan’s economic development that will help strengthen peace, prosperity, and stability in the South and Central Asian region.
According to him, Ukraine has an important role to play in resolutely supporting NATO’s mission in Afghanistan and assured that it will continue to contribute to the security, peace, and prosperity of Afghanistan and the region.
Ukraine and Afghanistan are opening a new page in the development of economic
Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine – The Minister of Strategic Industries of Ukraine, Ole Urovsky, held an official meeting with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Vali Munawwar.
In this meeting, the current state of relations between countries and their future development prospects were discussed. The two sides also stressed the need to deepen bilateral cooperation and increase cooperation and trade between the two countries.
According to the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Wali Monawar, today both the leadership of Afghanistan and Ukraine have a mutual interest in the development of economic relations in various areas.
“Afghanistan would like to open a new page in cooperation between the countries. Currently, important areas of bilateral cooperation are education, energy, and military-technical cooperation,” said Mr. Wali Monawar.
During the talks, the participants of the meeting agreed on the need to organize bilateral working visits of relevant delegations to identify specific areas of cooperation between the countries.