Cooperation in solving the Afghan crisis were discussed by the special representatives of Turkmenistan, Iran, China, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan via video.
During the conversation, the sides exchanged views on the current situation in Afghanistan and the efforts of the international community, as well as the countries of the region to expand cooperation in the Afghan direction.
Special Representative of Turkmenistan for Afghanistan Vepa Hajyyev noted the need to consolidate efforts to address issues of strengthening stability, security and sustainable development of Afghanistan, which are interconnected.
Stressed the special role of Turkmenistan in the establishment of peace in Afghanistan through the implementation of large-scale projects in the field of socio-economic dimension, energy, transport, communications.
Turkmenistan is always ready and continues to provide humanitarian and food aid to residents of the Afghan regions bordering with Turkmenistan, Hajyyev said.
The special representatives of the participating countries have agreed to continue negotiating contacts on the Afghan problem.
It should be noted that the situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban came to power (a banned organization in the Russian Federation) is a concern worldwide. The day before, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Turkmenistan discussed the Afghan problem with the British Minister Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon.