Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, According to the ministry, the delegation, headed by Mawlavi Mohammad Jan Khadarkhil, will investigate the problems and visit the Afghan embassy in Iran.
“Besides assessing the issues and activities the delegation will also visit their administrative affairs [department] at the embassy,” the ministry tweeted.
This comes after the ministry of foreign affairs said last month that work at the Afghan Embassy in Tehran will continue as normal after a change in staff.
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs points out that shuffling diplomatic staff members of a mission is a usual administrative affair and the legitimate right of every country,” read a statement.
The Ministry further added that “we believe that with the new appointments, we would witness transparency in the affairs of the embassy as well as expanded relations in various fields between the two Muslim and brotherly countries.”