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Iran's ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations Organization said that restoring peace, stability, and security to Afghanistan can be achieved by global economic cooperation.
Afghanistan's Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah praised Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei for an order to provide Afghan children residing in Iran with the opportunity to receive education.
Iran favors a secure, stable and united Afghanistan, President Rouhani told the visiting Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah.
Ayatollah Khamenei said unity among various ethnic groups in Afghanistan is the most important solution to the problems the country is facing.
Iran's first vice-president has said that the security and stability of Afghanistan is highly important for the Islamic Republic.
The chief executive officer of Afghanistan believes compared to Pakistan, Iran's route has always been more open to Afghanistan’s transit and trade.
Zarif said that the fight against drug trafficking is also on the agenda of talks among countries attending the Heart of Asia conference.
The Afghan minister of higher education has asked the Islamic Azad University to grant scholarships to Afghan students and hire them for research and science-based projects.
Iran is ready to provide humanitarian and relief assistance for the quake-stricken areas, Afkham said.
The attack on the medical facility belonging to Doctors without Borders is irresponsible and unjustifiable, Afkham said.
During the meeting, participants underlined the role of the friendly neighbors of Afghanistan and the international community in protecting peace, security, unity and territorial integrity of Afghanistan.
Iran continues to fully support the Afghan national unity government and is confident that it is has the necessary capacities to face political, economic and security challenges, said Khoshroo.
Kabul has always sought to bolster trade with Tehran, said the Afghan president in a meeting with the Iranian interior minister.
A second charity food event is to be held on August 20 in Tehran. Its proceeds will go to efforts to improve education for Afghan students.
Iran cannot remain indifferent to insecurity at its borders and is ready for closer cooperation with Kabul in the fight against terrorism and narcotics, said Rahmani Fazli.
Iran does not accept comments that “Enemy of your enemy is your friend”, and has many times said that it is not going to support extremism under any condition, said Bahrami.
An investigation should be launched as to who released the news on a trip by a Taliban team to Iran and what information they based their story on, Afkham said.
In an interview with an Iranian daily, the former Afghan foreign minister has weighed in on Tehran-Kabul relations in the past and at present.
A photo gallery featuring the first official visit of the Afghan president to Iran.