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Afghanistan and China sign 6 documents for bilateral cooperation

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Afghanistan and China sign 6 documentsAfghanistan and China signed six documents on bilateral cooperation during Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah’s visit to China.

The Office of the Chief Executive in a statement said the documents included 2 agreements, 1 Memorandum of Understanding and 3 Exchange Notes.

The statement further added that the documents were signed in the presence of CEO Abdullah and China’s Prime Minister.

The first agreement was signed by the Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock of Afghanistan , the statement said, adding that the agreement will pave the way for bilateral cooperation between the two nations on production and export of Afghan Saffron.

The second agreement was signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan Salahuddin Rabbani for the technical cooperation of China to Afghanistan, having a value of 500 Chinese Yuan.

The third agreement signed between the two nations was on bilateral cooperation between Kabul and Beijing on Silk Route which was also signed by Foreign Minister Rabbani and his Chinese counterpart.

The three other documents signed include construction of an auditorium in Kabul University, 50 million Yuan non-emergency aid by China to Afghanistan and survey for the construction of cost-effective houses for the government employees.

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