Turkish president calls to support Afghanistan during transitional period

By REUTERS
December 25, 2015 03:27

 
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said the trilateral meetings between Afghanistan, Pakistan and Turkey were important especially against terrorism in a joint presser with Afghanistan president Asgraf Ghani on december 24 in Ankara where Ghani underlined the importance of Trans-Afghanistan gas pipeline.

Erdogan welcomed Ghani in the presidential palace with a military ceremony.

The two leaders discussed regional and international issues. The leaders held a press conference after a meeting closed to the media

"International society should not repeat their fault as they did in the past and should not leave Afghanistan alone in it's upcoming ten years of transitional period. They especially should maintain their support to Pakistan in terms of development and ensuring security."

Erdoğan said at a joint press conference with his Afghan counterpart, Ashraf Ghani, in Ankara.

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