Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Tuesday that Turkey would contribute Afghanistan elections and also it supported reintegration plan.
Turkey will make a contribution of two million USD in UN to support election process in Afghanistan, added Davutoglu who spoke at Kabul Conference.
He noted that the countries, which attended the conference, were contributing to bring a peaceful and independent future to Afghanistan.
Davutoglu said that they aimed to provide settlement of peace and stability in Afghanistan.
He said that Turkey welcomed the peace and reintegration plan for Afghanistan which was presented in the conference today.
Noting that parliamentary elections would take place in Afghanistan on September 18, Davutoglu said that the elections would develop unity and integrity in the country, and all the parts of the country would be represented.
Davutoglu said that regional cooperation should be increased to settle stability in Afghanistan, and stressed the importance of Turkey-Afghanistan-Pakistan tripartite summits for the regional cooperation.
He noted that Turkey would host a regional economic cooperation conference in the end of year.
Davutoglu noted that Turkey pursued various activities for reconstruction of Afghanistan besides undertaking Kabul Regional Command.
Related news reports:Güncelleme Tarihi: 20 Temmuz 2010, 12:48