President Ghani Accepts Credentials of Japan and Tajikistan Ambassadors
Kabul (BNA) President Ashraf Ghani accepted the credential letters of Sadi Sharifi and Takashi Okada, newly-appointed ambassadors of Tajikistan and Japan to Kabul in two separate ceremonies, at the Presidential Palace today.
President Ghani welcomed the #ambassador_of_Tajikistan to Afghanistan and wished him success in his new mission and stressed on further expansion of relations between two countries.
Ambassador Sharifi expressed happiness over beginning his new mission in Afghanistan and made a commitment to strive for consolidation of mutual ties and bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
President Ghani welcomed Japan’s #newly-appointed_ambassador to Afghanistan and said that the Japanese have a special place in the heart of Afghans because of the friendly relations between the people of two countries.
The President thanked Japan for supporting Afghanistan in the areas of security, stability and development projects over the past 19 years.
The newly-appointed Japanese ambassador expressed happiness over beginning his new mission in Afghanistan and reaffirmed his country’s commitment to continue to cooperate with Afghanistan in the spheres of security, peace and development in Afghanistan. He reiterated his country’s commitment to Afghanistan’s development at Afghanistan Conference 2020.
President Ghani highlighted investment opportunities in mining, agriculture and other sectors and mentioned that economic cooperation between the two countries should be further enhanced.
Ambassador Okada expressed his country’s full support of the president’s strategy for promoting regional connectivity and trade relations.