Kabul’s Chinese Embassy issues visas to Afghan businessmen

Kabul, June 27: Beijing’s special envoy to Afghanistan confirmed that the Chinese embassy in Kabul is preparing to issue visas to Afghan businessmen. The confirmation took place during a meeting between Afghanistan’s Chinese ambassador, Wang Yu, and Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaki, who is acting here for the Taliban, Kama Press reports.

In a tweet on Sunday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Kahar Balki said both sides had talked about earthquake relief, political issues, bilateral trade, humanitarian aid, and the return of Afghan students to China.

At the meeting, Muttaki urged the Chinese ambassador to facilitate the process of issuing Chinese visas to Afghan businessmen who said the envoy was ready to begin the procedure. Floods in China: Updated national warnings for stormy weather threats, thunderstorms and rain.

Ambassador Wang also expressed sympathy for families affected by the devastating earthquake in Paktika last week, saying that China’s first humanitarian aid consignment will arrive in Afghanistan on Monday.

According to the envoy, aid includes tents, blankets, cots and other necessities. In response to the devastation caused by the earthquake, the Chinese government has already promised $ 7.5 million in aid.

(The above story was first published on June 27, 2022 at 8:50 am IST. Log on to our website for news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle. please.

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