Afghan-Kazakh exhibition opens in Kabul

The “Afghan-Kazakh” exhibition, a joint event between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan, was inaugurated in Kabul on Thursday, attended by Taliban and Kazakh officials.

According to the Taliban’s Ministry of Industry and Commerce, the exhibition showcased domestic products from both Afghanistan and Kazakhstan.

Taliban officials at the opening ceremony claimed to have ensured security and stability, and invited other countries to invest in Afghanistan.

Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban’s deputy economic leader, said the exhibition would enhance trade levels between the Taliban and other nations.

He claimed that investment opportunities in Afghanistan are greater now than ever before.

Amir Khan Muttaqi, the Taliban’s foreign minister, called the U.S. restrictions on the Taliban “vengeful and unjust” during the event.

He claimed Afghanistan is becoming a hub for economics and transit.

Noorulddin Azizi, the Taliban’s minister of industry and commerce, also claimed that trade volume as well as banking and private sector relations between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan have increased.