Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Mohsen Aminzadeh concluded his three-day visit to Afghanistan and left Kabul for Tehran on Tuesday.
During his visit, Aminzadeh discussed with top officials latest regional developments, the expansion of Tehran-Kabul cooperation and Iran's role in the reconstruction of Afghanistan.
According to IRNA, in the course of his visit, he held meetings with President Hamid Karzai, Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah, Education Minister Yunis Qanuni and Defense Minister Mohammad Qasim Fahim. (Albawaba.com)
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