Kyrgyz FM Calls For Enhanced Central Asian Collaboration On Afghanistan Issues

Tuesday, 11/28/2023

During the annual meeting of deputy foreign ministers of Central Asian countries, Kyrgyzstan's Foreign Minister Jeenbek Kulubayev emphasised the need for increased interaction and coordination among these nations regarding Afghanistan.

The meeting, which convened on Tuesday in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz capital, saw delegations from Central Asian countries discussing the prevailing conditions in Afghanistan. Kulubayev expressed his backing for the initiatives of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan.

Furthermore, Kulubayev urged the UN Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy to intensify its efforts in the Central Asian region. He advocated for the centre to play a greater role in developing and advancing specific initiatives. These initiatives are aimed at bolstering dialogue, fostering confidence-building measures among Central Asian nations, and addressing emerging challenges while mitigating potential threats.

Roza Otunbayeva, the UN Secretary General's special representative for Afghanistan affairs, was also in attendance at this Central Asian gathering in Kyrgyzstan.

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