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Talks on Afghanistan's future kicks off in Kabul

06-14-2012 17:28 BJT

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An international conference on Afghanistan has opened in Kabul. The meeting aims to figure out ways to stabilize Afghanistan and chart out the future of the war-torn country after NATO-led foreign troops pull out in 2014.

Afghan police and army forces set up security checks in the capital, stopping to search cars. The one-day meeting has brought together foreign ministers and representatives from 29 countries, as well as delegates from international organizations such as NATO, the European Union, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the United Nations.

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Fu Ying also attended the Conference. In a meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday, Fu said that China supports Afghanistan in strengthening ties with countries in the region.

Fu also said China is ready to work with relevant countries to make contributions to the peace, stability and development of Afghanistan and the region.

Editor:Zhang Jianfeng |Source: CNTV.CN

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