The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the acting Minister Amir Khan Mottaki had a telephone conversation with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşo اوlu on Wednesday.
According to the ministry, Çavuşo .lu said in the phone call that he would resume issuing visas in Kabul and start consular services in Mazar-e-Sharif in March.
Amir Khan Mottaqi thanked Turkey for sending 750 tons of foodstuffs to Afghanistan under the name of “Good Train”. The Turkish Foreign Minister has said that another 500 to 700 tons of aid will be sent to Afghanistan in the future.
Meanwhile, Anatolia news agency quoted the Turkish Foreign Ministry as saying that Çavuşo .lu had said in the phone call that the formation of a government with broad participation in Afghanistan was important for the country’s stability and peace.
The Turkish Foreign Minister also expressed concern over the news of the disappearance of some women activists in Afghanistan and said that the education of girls is very important, and that he is closely following the positive steps that are being taken in this regard in Afghanistan.
According to Anatoly, the issue of reactivating the Education Foundation schools in Afghanistan was also discussed during the phone call.
Çavuşo .lu and Mottaki also discussed airfield management talks with Turkey and Qatar.