Publish dateThursday 30 June 2022 - 09:04
Story Code : 255017
Negotiations of the delegation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan on border disputes with Iran in Tehran
In continuation of the border problems between the two countries of Afghanistan and Iran, especially the attack of unknown armed men on the border guards of Iran on Tuesday night (June 28) and the killing of a border guard of this country, a delegation from the Islamic Emirate is discussing yesterday Wednesday (June 29).
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Tehran: The head of this delegation is Mawlavi Saadullah Baloch, the head of the security cooperation and border affairs department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan, and its members are 14 people from the ministries of defense, energy and water, interior affairs, foreign affairs and ethnic groups.

This delegation, which arrived in Iran on Tuesday evening (June 28) before the recent border conflict, has participated in the 7th meeting of the High Border Commission between Iran and Afghanistan.
According to Tasnim News Agency, various border issues between the two countries are supposed to be resolved in this summit.

Nasser Kanani, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran, has also confirmed the border negotiations between this country and Afghanistan in Tehran. Following the border conflict on Tuesday night, he has called for serious action by the Afghan government to prevent such incidents. Hassan Kazemi Qomi, the special representative of the President of Iran for Afghanistan, has also made a similar request to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
This is despite the fact that previously, the Iranian high delegation headed by Sardar Rezaei, the deputy commander of the country's police force, had met with the Afghan delegation in the border district of Taibad in Iran, and preliminary agreements were made to continue these meetings and solve some border issues and problems.
Before this trip and in the past weeks, the delegation of the Ministries of Energy and Water and Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan came to Tehran to discuss the water disputes between the two countries, especially the issue of securing Iran's water rights from the Helmand River and negotiated with the relevant Iranian authorities.

The numerous trips of various diplomatic and specialized delegations between the two countries of Afghanistan and Iran during the past months show the trend of developing relations between the two countries and efforts to solve problems and differences through dialogue and negotiation. The intensification of this process will prevent the abuses of countries and hostile currents against the good relations between Afghanistan and Iran.
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