Czech Republic PM meets Karzai
KABUL (PAN): Czech Republic Prime Minister Petr Nečas on Saturday met with President Hamid Karzai and discussed with him bilateral relations and other issues of mutual interest, the Karzai office said.
At the meeting at the Presidential Palace, Karzai urged the visiting dignitary to support Afghan students in pursuing their higher studies.
A statement issued from the Presidential Palace quoted Karzai as saying Afghan students could benifit from the republic's education system in fields of medical science and engineering.
Nečas agreed to the proposal and instructed Czech ambassador to Afghanistan to make efforts in this regard, the statement said.
He also said their military presence in Afghanistan and cooperation with the Kabul government would continue beyond 2014 under NATO flagship as part of bilateral relations between the two countries. His country was willing to invest in Afghanistan's transportation and mines sectors, he said.
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