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On June 10, 2021, Said T. Jawad, Ambassador of Afghanistan to Russia, and Navid Fayz, Trade and Economic Counselor at the Afghan Embassy in Moscow, visited RIAC.

The following issued were discussed during the meeting: state and prospects for the development of Russian-Afghan bilateral relations, cooperation between Afghanistan and the SCO, preliminary results of work of the so-called Extended “Troika” on Peaceful Settlement in Afghanistan.

On June 10, 2021, Said T. Jawad, Ambassador of Afghanistan to Russia, and Navid Fayz, Trade and Economic Counselor at the Afghan Embassy in Moscow, visited RIAC.

The following issued were discussed during the meeting: state and prospects for the development of Russian-Afghan bilateral relations, cooperation between Afghanistan and the SCO, preliminary results of work of the so-called Extended “Troika” on Peaceful Settlement in Afghanistan. Afghan diplomats were briefed on current and prospective RIAC projects on the Middle East, Central and South Asia vector of research.

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