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Afghan gov't reviews preparation for strategic talks with U.S.
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08:21, September 16, 2008

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Afghan government on Sunday reviewed the preparation for the third round of strategic talks with the United States, a press release of Afghan Foreign Ministry received here Monday said.

In the meeting attended by several Afghan cabinet ministers and high ranking government functionaries, the Afghan foreign minister Rangin Dadfar Spanta said that the talks on strategic partnership scheduled to be held in U.S. on Sept. 25 would focus on development security and good governance.

Afghan foreign minister and his U.S. counterpart would chair the talks in Washington, the press release added.

Declaration for Strategic Partnership between the United States and Afghanistan was agreed in 2005 and the first round of the talks was held in Washington on the same year while the second round took place in early 2008 in Kabul.

President Hamid Karzai who is going to visit United States soon would hold meeting with his U.S. counterpart on September 26 and seeks more support for the rebuilding of Afghanistan.

Source:Xinhua



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