President Ghani said in a telephone conversation with Tajik President Emomali Rahmon on Thursday has discussed the Afghan peace process, bilateral relations, and regional cooperation.
Presidential Palace stated, during the conversation, both leaders stressed the expansion of bilateral relations, regional cooperation and they also discussed the Afghan peace process.
The president of Tajikistan expressed his full support for the views and plans of the Republic government on regional connectivity and the Afghan-led-owned peace process, the statement said.
According to the statement, the two leaders also stressed economical and trade expansions and border cooperation.
Meanwhile, Rahmon invited President Ghani to attend the 20th Anniversary of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the event is scheduled to be held in Tajikistan by March 2021.
Since the fall of the Taliban regime, Afghanistan and Tajikistan have close economic and trade ties.
Earlier on Wednesday President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and Kassym-Jomart K. Tokayev President of the Republic of Kazakhstan had a conversation.
During the conversation, both sides talked over the expansion of bilateral relations, trade relations, economic cooperation, regional issues, and the Afghan peace process.
Both of the leaders focused on working together to find an immediate solution for the Afghan students in Kazakhstan.