Australia urged to train more Afghan diplomats
NEW YORK (Pajhwok): Foreign ministers of Turkey and Australia have vowed to support Afghanistan in different areas, including security and economy.
A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said that Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabani on the sideline of 70th United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) meeting hold separate meetings with Turk and Australian foreign ministers.
They discussed bilateral issues, including energy, security, peace and training of Afghan diplomats in Australia.
Rabani thanked his Turk counterpart Feridun Sinirlioğlu for his country continued support from Afghanistan.
During a meeting with Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop, Rabani said that his country was benefited from the training of Afghan diplomats in Australia.
He said Afghanistan was eager to send more diplomats for training as the process was productive. He thanked the Australian government for their support.
Both dignitaries had brief discussion on wide range issues of mutual interest.
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