Afghanistan sent a letter of interest in cooperation to the Secretary General of the Turkic Council
The Secretary General of the Turkic Council received the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Afnagistan to Turkey Amir Mohammad Ramin.
During the meeting held on April 4 this year, the Ambassador conveyed a letter from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan, Mohammed Hanif Atmar, addressed to the Secretary General Baghdad Amreev.
According to the press service of the Turkic Council, the letter indicated visions of future cooperation between Afghanistan and the Turkic Council, as well as Kabul's interest in establishing narrower economic and cultural ties with the Organization and its member states.
Baghdad Amreev thanked the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan Mohammed Hanif Atmar for his kind words and expressed gratitude for the interest of Afghanistan in deepening relations and the Turkic Council.
Afghanistan is the second non-Turkic-speaking country in Central Asia, but millions of ethnic nations of Uzbekistan and other Turkic speaking countries reside there.
Strengthening relations with the Council will give Afghanistan the opportunity to develop education, cultural ties, and bring to a more developed level of economic and trade relations with the vast Turkic world.