The Chief Executive returned to Kabul after visiting Belarus and Kazakhstan

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan returned to the country on Saturday after a five-day visit to Belarus and Kazakhstan.

The Chief Executive travelled to Minsk previous week at the head of a high-level government delegation. During the Chief Executive’s visit to Belarus, three agreements and MoUs on economic, commercial, legal and legislative issues were signed between the two countries.

Demanding expansion of political-economic relations between the two countries, the Belarusian leader pledged to support the Afghan agriculture and industry sector in the meeting with the Chief Executive.

On the sidelines of his trip to Belarus, Dr. Abdullah met with the Afghan refugees and addressed their problems and challenges with the leader of Belarus, and as a result some of their demands were implemented.

Then, Dr. Abdullah went to Astana capital of Kazakhstan and met with the leaders of the country to discuss on expansion of economic and trade relations.

Dr. Abdullah also met with Kazakh businessmen and the Afghan refugees in that country.

On the sidelines of his visit, the Chief Executive signed agreements with Kazakh side on economic and trade issues and the expansion of relations between Kabul and Astana.

The Chief Executive also participated in Afghanistan Independence Day celebration in attendance of some Kazakh Ministers and foreign diplomats residing in that country.

Dr. Abdullah met with Prime Minister of Kazakhstan and discussed on development of bilateral relations in the field of trade and economic exchanges between the two countries.

At the end, Dr. Abdullah participated at the Exhibition of World Expo in Astana and visited booths of Afghanistan and some other countries.