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TEHRAN, 20 October 2020. (TON): Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, Afghanistan on Monday met Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and discussed issues relating to enduring and acceptable peace in Afghanistan.
According to the statement issued by Abdullah’s office at Kabul, the meeting took place on Monday and was quite successful in meeting the objectives. President Rouhani assured implementation of joint economic plans between the two countries, already signed in the past. Abdullah Abdullah appreciated the Iranian continuous principle stance, supporting the Afghan peace efforts.
President Rouhani spelled out Iranian principle stance on Afghan peace efforts and assured Abdullah Abdullah-led Afghan delegation that Tehran would extend full support for durable peace in Afghanistan and would not allow Taliban to derail the peace process. President Rouhani and Abdullah Abdullah also discussed disagreements on procedural rules for direct peace talks and chalked out joint Afghan-Iranian strategy to bring lasting peace in Afghanistan.