• publish: 13 December 2015
  • time: 10:13 am
  • category: Politics
  • No: 2621
President Ghani:

‘Some neighbours still export terrorism to Afghanistan’

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani once again has criticized some regional countries for not wanting peace and stability in the region.

While talking to the International Neutrality Conference in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, President Ghani said that instead of cooperation, some regional countries export terrorism.

During his speech on Saturday, President Ghani hailed the role of Turkmenistan for staying neutral and said that the country has proved to be a good neighbor of Afghanistan.

He said that some neighbors have been exporting terrorism instead of increasing their assistance but Turkmenistan has extended hand of cooperation.

“Policy of Turkmenistan is a good example for regional countries to strengthen relations with neighbors and neutrally focus on cooperation and economic growth,” he said.

President Ghani added that the neutral policy of Turkmenistan has opened doors of opportunities for peace and stability in the region, and as well this policy has been the cause of several achievements of the country.

“Today, instead of asking for assistance, Turkmenistan helps others,” he said.

President Ghani said that Afghanistan has historical ties with Turkmenistan. “We want to further strengthen this relationship,” added.

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