Afghanistan and Denmark sign Memorandum of Understanding
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on political cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Kingdom of Denmark at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was signed in Kabul on 9 July.
The MoU was signed by Deputy Foreign Minister Jawed Ludin and Mr. Anders Cresten Damsgaard, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark to Kabul.
The document was signed based on the principles of respect for independence, national sovereignty and territorial integrity. The objective of the MoU is to strengthen relations between the two countries with the view to facilitating practical decisions to the benefit of a strong bilateral cooperation.
In accordance with the MoU the two countries’ ministries of foreign affairs will conduct necessary consultations both in the international context and in the area of bilateral relations, between the public institutions of Afghanistan and Denmark.
The MoU provides for regular annual meetings between high-ranking foreign affairs officials of the two countries, to be held both in Kabul and in Copenhagen.
Ambassador Anders Cresten Damsgaard and Deputy Foreign Minister Jawed Ludin.