Afghan interim Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi has urged the international community to extend cooperation in all sectors, including education, health, and socio-economic infrastructure in Afghanistan, and not to link their assistance with their political objectives.
Addressing a news conference in Kabul this evening, he said law and order situation, across Afghanistan, has significantly improved and requested internally displaced people to go to their native towns and cities.
He said the present government will make every possible effort to facilitate repatriation of Afghan refugees from across the globe.
Regarding Pakistan, the Afghan Foreign Minister said we have good relations with Islamabad.
He welcomed the friendly countries for announcing assistance to Afghanistan at Geneva conference.