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Chinese top security chief meets Afghan national security adviser

(english.court.gov.cn) Updated : 2018-04-21

China's top security chief Guo Shengkun met in Beijing with Mohammad Hanif Atmar, national security adviser to the Afghan president, on April 19.

Chinese top security chief meets Afghan national security adviser

Guo Shengkun (R), head of the Political and Legal Affairs Committee of the CPC Central Committee, meets with Mohammad Hanif Atmar, national security adviser to the Afghan president, in Beijing on April 19. [Photo by Hao Fan/People’s Court Daily]

Hailing the partnership between China and Afghanistan, Guo, head of the Political and Legal Affairs Committee of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, said China is willing to deepen cooperation with Afghanistan in anti-terrorism, drug control and border security, among other fields.

Guo expressed his hope that the two countries will safeguard security and reap the benefits of development.

He also said cooperation between the two sides will boost regional peace and stability.

Atmar said Afghanistan attaches great importance to developing ties with China.

Afghanistan is willing to cooperate more with China to help strengthen overall ties, he said.