Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said important agreements had been reached with Iran on bilateral trade and transit of goods.
On Tuesday, an Iranian delegation led by Mohammad Sadeq Motamaddian, governor of Iran’s eastern Khorasan Razavi province, met with Taliban officials in Kabul.
During the meeting, several memorandums of understanding were signed to increase bilateral trade, said Jabiullah Mujahid. News Irner.
These agreements include: increasing activities at the border port of Dogarun in Iran and Islam Kala in Afghanistan, development of the Dogarun-Islam Kala highway, exchange of information on customs and customs services between the two countries, and identifying existing border issues within the next month. Arranging a visit to Kabul by a delegation from Iran’s oil ministry to discuss meeting Afghanistan’s energy needs, ensuring the safety of drivers of Afghan lorries coming to pick up goods from Iran.
A Taliban spokesman said the two countries had also agreed to set up a gas pipeline from Dogarun to Islam Kala land port. Mujahid said work on the project would begin soon.
He said a delegation from Iran’s Ministry of Roads and Urban Development was scheduled to visit Kabul in the next 10 days to discuss Afghanistan’s reconstruction.
No country in the world has recognized the Taliban government since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan on August 15. However, many countries have announced their readiness to take part in development activities in Afghanistan. Iran has so far sent five rounds of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.