Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday afternoon left Azerbaijan for Turkey where he will hold talks with the country’s leaders.
In a statement released by the Presidential Palace it was stated that Ghani will meet with Turkish leaders and discuss bilateral relations between Kabul and Ankara.
During the visit Afghan and Turkish authorities are expected to sign three agreements in political consultations between foreign affairs ministries and cooperation agreements between interior ministries and also an agreement on the construction of Mawlana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi University in Afghanistan.
“During this trip President Ghani will meet and discuss separately with Turkey’s president and prime minister and after that three accords will be signed between the two countries,” President Ashraf Ghani’s deputy spokesman Sayed Zafar Hashemi said.
Meanwhile Ghani on Tuesday met with his Azerbaijan counterpart Ilham Aliyev where the two leaders discussed issues of mutual interest.
Leading a high level delegation to the country, Ghani arrived in Baku, the capital, early Tuesday.
On the sidelines of meetings Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani reportedly signed agreements on employment opportunities and social protection with Salim Muslumov, Minister of Labor and Social Protection.