President Ashraf Ghani met with Juri Ratas, Prime Minister of Estonia, at the Presidential Palace today morning and discussed the expansion of cooperation in different areas between the two governments.
The president termed Estonia’s cooperation, particularly within the framework of NATO significant for restoring stability in Afghanistan and asked the country to extend their cooperation in providing education opportunities for Afghan youth, training of cadres, and share experiences in the area of information technology.
Prime Minister Ratas congratulated the Afghan president and nation on the successful presidential election, calling it the most proper mechanism for ensuring stability in the country, and praised the Afghan Defense and Security forces for tightening the security during the election.
Having praised Afghanistan’s remarkable economic gains, the Prime Minister of Estonia pledged that his country would provide educational opportunities for Afghans and share their IT experience with Afghanistan. He reiterated that the government of Estonia is willing to continue its military cooperation within the NATO framework with Afghanistan.