Afghan delegation visits Norway for talks: Spokesman

Kabul, Jan 23 (IANS): A delegation of Afghanistan's caretaker government left for Norway to hold talks on different issues, a Spokesman of the Foreign Ministry said.

"A senior delegation led by (acting Foreign Minister) Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi left for Norway in a special flight of the said country where talks will be held with representatives of various countries and a number of Afghans about humanitarian aid, political, educational and economic issues," Spokesman Abdul Qahar Balkhi wrote on Twitter.

Among members of the visiting team was Maulvi Matiul Haq Khalis, Acting Director-General of the Afghan Red Crescent Society, according to the society.

The Taliban took over Kabul in mid-August last year, and announced in early September the formation of Afghanistan's caretaker government and some important personnel arrangements, Xinhua news agency reported.



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