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Afghanistan Pursues Chinese Investment

File image of the Afghan Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi. Image Wakil Kohsar / AFP

Afghanistan’s Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi is using his presence at the China-led Trans-Himalaya Forum for International Cooperation in Tibet to meet bilaterally with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

In the newest indication of growing ties between Kabul and Beijing, they will discuss economic, regional and climate issues. The Taliban-led government is also reportedly trying to get China to invest in its power sector.

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