Source Pravda.Ru

Kazakhstan to help Afghanistan to rebuild industrial objects

Kazakhstan will send its specialists to Afghanistan to help rebuilding the country's industrial facilities, Afghani Ambassador to Kazakhstan Said Zahir Shah Akbari disclosed to a RIA Novosti correspondent on Wednesday. According to him, this issue was discussed in the course of his meeting with Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev, who promised to render any form of help to Afghanistan in restoring its demolished economy.

Moreover, Afghanistan is interested in expanding the export of grain, which is now delivered to Afghanistan within the framework of the humanitarian aid, the Ambassador said. Akbari thinks that "it is necessary for the countries to prepare and sign a number of agreements concerning the increase of the Kazakhstan grain export volume to Afghanistan."

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