Kabul : Kabul is set to host the g7 + Group meeting next week which is aimed at creating joint strategy among developing countries to help improve their economic, political and security situation, said officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA).
The MoFA officials made the statement on Thursday and said the donor countries are expected to renew their commitments to developing countries, including Afghanistan.
Wahidullah Waisi, Economic Relations Director at MoFA, said the session will be held on March 23 in Kabul.
“This is not a session; it is a process which will work on plans and programs for effective overcoming of problems in the country,” Tolo News quoted him as saying.
Meanwhile, officials from Industries Association remained doubtful about the outcome believing that it will not reduce unemployment in the country.
The present g7+ members include Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti , Liberia, South Sudan , Sierra Leone and East Timor, who are the founding members, together with Burundi , Central African Republic , Chad, Comoros, Cote d’ Ivoire, Guinea , Guinea -Bissau , Papua New Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe , Solomon Islands , Somalia , Togo and Yemen. (ANI)