Afghan Minister for Labour and Social Affairs Faizullah Zaki has praised the Iranians’ hospitality towards the Afghan refugees.
Visiting a technical centre established by Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation (IKRF) in the western city of Herat in Afghanistan, Zaki expressed gratitude to the Iranians for their warm hospitality towards the Afghan refugees and said the two countries have good-faith relations.
According to a Farsi report by Mizan, he further described the IKRF’s decision to establish a technical centre in Herat as valuable and called on Afghans to take the most advantage of the opportunity created by the Iranian charity foundation.
Zaki also praised the IKRF for its humanitarian efforts in the capital Kabul and other provinces of Afghanistan and said he would do his best to take advantage of the Iranian officials’ experience in the relative fields as early as possible.
According to Zaki, the religious and lingual commonalities between the two countries have provided them with a unique opportunity to expand their good-faith relations.
Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation offers different services to the poor Afghans in Herat province. Earlier, the foundation had held training courses for Afghans and granted them long-term loans.