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Interview: Afghan deputy foreign minister on Polish-Afghani relations

11.06.2021 14:00
For the first time in 30 years, government ministers from Poland and Afghanistan have held bilateral consultations in Warsaw. The talks on Thursday focused on cooperation on security, culture and education.
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Afghan security officials stand guard during a gathering of religious scholars and tribal elders to discuss the ongoing peace process and security situation in the country, in Herat, Afghanistan, May 30. Militant violence has stepped up since the official withdrawal of US and NATO troops from the country began on May 1.
Afghan security officials stand guard during a gathering of religious scholars and tribal elders to discuss the ongoing peace process and security situation in the country, in Herat, Afghanistan, May 30. Militant violence has stepped up since the official withdrawal of US and NATO troops from the country began on May 1.Photo: EPA/JALIL REZAYEE

On September 11, the US, Poland and NATO will finally pull their troops out of Afghanistan after 20 years.

The Afghan authorities say it will be the beginning of a “new chapter” in relations with Europe and United States. They also insist their forces will be able to fully protect the country, but there is a growing concern that the Taliban may try to overthrow the government.

Afghanistan's Deputy Foreign Minister Mirwais Nab spoke to Polish Radio’s Wojciech Cegielski.