Tehran (ISNA) – Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Mirwais Nab met with Iran’s Foreign Ministry Director-General for West-Asia Seyyed Rasoul Mousav, stressing on importance of Iran’s role in advancing Afghan peace process.
During the meeting, the senior officials discussed bilateral relations, the recent developments in Afghan peace process as well as security and economic issues.
“Iran’s continued support to the legitimate demands of the Afghan nation and government in the peace process as well as Iran’s efforts in establishing regional consensus are important,” Mirwais Nab said.
Mousavi, for his part, explained the purpose of his visit to Kabul and called the relations between Afghanistan and Iran historic and enduring.
Emphasizing the continuation of Iran’s support to the Afghan Peace Talks and a peaceful and stable Afghanistan, Mousavi said, “The preservation of gains in last two decades is vital”.
They also exchanged views over the importance of signing the Afghanistan-Iran comprehensive cooperation agreement, expanding bilateral relations, enhanced cooperation between the two countries in health, education, border, and consular spheres, and Iran’s role in ensuring peace in Afghanistan.