The Chief Executive leaves Kabul for Belarus and Kazakhstan

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, at the head of a senior government delegation left Kabul for an official visit to Belarus and Kazakhstan.

The Chief Executive, on an official invitation of Andrei Kobyakov, Prime Minister of Belarus arrived in Minsk, capital of the country.

During his visit, the Chief Executive will meet the President, Prime Minister and other high-ranking officials of Belarus to discuss bilateral relations and cooperation between Kabul and Minsk.

Also, an agreement on creation of a joint economic-commercial commission and an agreement on cooperation in the field of legislation between Afghanistan and Belarus will be signed.

Meanwhile, Dr. Abdullah will visit the industrial and manufacturing factories in Minsk, and will talk with Belarusian officials on bilateral cooperation in the field of agriculture and industry.

Then, the Chief Executive will travel to Astana, Kazakhstan's capital, to participate in the exhibition of Expo 2017.

Dr. Abdullah will also attend a special commemoration ceremony on Afghanistan Independence Day held at Afghanistan Embassy in Kazakhstan.

The Chief Executive will meet senior officials of Kazakhstan and discuss on development of bilateral relations between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan.

On this visit, Dr. Abdullah is accompanied by Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Justice, Commerce and Industry, Agriculture as well as Acting Ministers of Information and Culture, Mines and Petroleum and Deputy Minister of Economy, Head of Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, chairman of Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Afghan ambassador to Moscow and a number of advisors to the Chief Executive.