Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR) Abdullah Abdullah discusses Afghan peace and bilateral ties with Chairman of the House of Representatives Mahmadtoir Zokirzoda in Tushanbe, Tajikistan on Monday, Dec. 21, 2020. [Photo: Abdullah/Twitter]

KABUL, Afghanistan – Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR) Abdullah Abdullah arrived in Tushanbe, Tajikistan, meeting Chairman of the House of Representatives Mahmadtoir Zokirzoda on his arrival Monday.

During the meeting, both sides discussed Afghan peace and bilateral ties.

“Today I had a productive meeting with HE #Mahmadtoir Zokirzoda, Speaker of the House of Representatives of Republic of Tajikistan,” he said in a tweet.

“We exchanged views on #AfghanPeaceProcess, Tajikistan, & the regional support for peace, & bilateral relations,” he added. “He assured of Tajikistan’s support.”

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[EARLIER: ‘Abdullah Heads to Tajikistan on Afghan Peace’]

KABUL, Afghanistan – Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR) Abdullah Abdullah heads a high-level delegation to Tajikistan Monday on Afghan peace and bilateral ties, his office said in a statement.

According to the statement, he will met with Tajikistan president, foreign minister and other high-profile leaders in the country.

“During his two-days official visit, he will meet excellencies the President, Prime Minister, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Foreign Minister & other dignitaries,” the statement read.

During his trip, Abdullah is due to meet Tajikistan leaders in order to “exchange views” and discuss status quo of the Afghan peace, as well as regional support and bilateral ties.

“In his meetings with the leadership of Tajikistan he will exchange views & discuss the #AfghanPeaceProcess, regional support & bilateral relations,” the statement added. “Tajikistan is a close ally & friend of AFG & the Chairman of HCNR looking forward for a successful visit.”

Previously, Abdullah have wrapped several regional trips, including Pakistan, Iran, India and Uzbekistan, where he discussed peace process and role of regional countries.