Russian, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan Presidents pledge deeper economic ties

Dushanbe: The Presidents of Russia, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Afghanistan have asked their economic ministers to speed up paperwork preceding commitments to long-term economic cooperation, Itar-Tass reported.

A joint statement released Friday in Dushanbe, after summit meeting between the four Presidents says the move is required in interests of all four countries. They agreed to boost their countries‘ partnership in aircraft, car making and railway industries, as well as energy and investment cooperation.

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