The main aspects under discussion included regional security and the political future of Afghanistan.
On July 7, Special Representative of the President of Kazakhstan for Afghanistan Talgat Kaliev took part in the online forum of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The agenda focused on the approaches to bring peace and economic stability to Afghanistan and the region, the press office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan reported.
The main aspects under discussion included regional security and the political future of Afghanistan after the withdrawal of the U.S.-led NATO forces from the country. In addition, the representatives of the foreign policy circles of Central Asia considered possible vectors for deepening interactions among the Eurasian states in the trade and transport sectors.
The Special Representative of the President of Kazakhstan expressed support for all joint consensus-building efforts among the supporters of peaceful settlement of the situation in Afghanistan and its integration into the economic processes of Central Asia.
In conclusion, the parties reaffirmed their unified position on the need for joint efforts to settle the situation and ensure stability in Afghanistan and the region.