Abdullah discusses bilateral issues with Muslim leaders at OIC summit
KABUL (Pajhwok): Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah has said that Afghanistan expected positivity from its neighbors in efforts that could bring lasting peace and stability to the war-torn country, an official said on Friday.
CEO expressed the views during a meeting with Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on the sideline of 13th Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) summit held in Turkish capital Istanbul, CEO’s Deputy Spokesman Faisal Javed told Pajhwok Afghan News.
Abdullah also held separate meetings with Iranian, Belarus, Turkish presidents and Prime Minister of Malaysia and discussed wide range of issues, Faisal said during a telephonic conversation.
During a meeting with Pakistani president, both leaders discussed bilateral issues, regional security, economy, development projects and peace process.
Abdullah said the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) could play effective role in the establishment of peace and stability in the region which will uplift economic activities as well.
Pakistani president said peace in Afghanistan was vital for peace and stability in Afghanistan, adding that the current security situation demanded close coordination in fight against terrorism and extremism in the region.
During a meeting with Hassan Rohani, Abdullah discussed economic activities including railway track, Chabahar port.
Abdullah thanked Iran for hosting Afghan refugees and asked more facilitation from Tehran in legal matters of refugees.
The CEO also held meetings with other would leaders and discussed bilateral and economic issues.
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