The first meeting of the Special Working Group on Economic and Social Development and the second meeting of the Special Working Group on Human Rights, Good Governance and Migration took place in Kabul on 7th and 9th May between European Union and Afghanistan.
It was announced in a statement by the European Union that it is strongly engaged in supporting peace and development in Afghan through closer regional cooperation and economic ties and trade opportunities with Afghanistan’s neighbours, the wider region and Europe.
The Special Working Group on Economic and Social Development was co-chaired by Ms.
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Naheed Sarabi, the Deputy Finance Minister of Afghanistan and by Ms. Raffaella Iodice, Head of Unit for Middle East/Gulf, Central Asia, South Asia in the Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development of the European Commission.
The working group initiated a discussion between the EU and the Afghan government about future cooperation priorities under a new country programme which will cover the period from 2021 to 2027. The meeting discussed also the short term priorities for the current and the next year.