Kabul, Beijing signed 3 MoUs

KABUL: (MEP) – Three memorandums of understanding had been signed between the Afghan officials included Karzai’s led delegation and their Beijing counterparts last lady in China, the presidential press office said Saturday.

The first deal including technical and economic fields were signed between Dr. Rangeen Dadfa Spanta, presidential security advisor and Chinese minister of commerce at a ceremony presided over by both Afghan and Chinese leaders, Wakht Reported.

Under the pact, the neighboring country pledged a gratuitous fund of up to $200 million to be spent in divers uplift projects through the joint countries consultation in the economic-tattered nation, Karzai office said.

The second treaty on extradition between the two countries was signed between Afghan deputy interior minister, Irshad Ahmadi and his Chinese counterpart, according to the presidential office.

The third agreement was on education promotion which was signed by Afghanistan embassy to China, Mohammad Kabir Farahi with his Chinese counterpart, the presidential office said adding the pact was focused on cooperation between Kabul and Xian universities.

Within the educational and cultural cooperation, universities from both countries, would enjoy cooperation, with the Afghan youths would get professional training in hydraulic engineering and receive scholarships on higher education.

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