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China hands over emergency food assistance to Afghanistan
China has handed over a batch of emergency food assistance to Afghanistan.
Feature: Direct flights between China, Afghanistan promote trade, people-to-people exchanges
The direct flights between Afghan capital Kabul and Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, with decrease in time and reduction in travel expenses, are widely welcomed by passengers, including business people, students and ordinary visitors.
China's win-win economic policy to benefit smaller countries: Afghan expert
China's concept of economic cooperation based on a win-win policy has been hailed by Afghan expert Shamsul Haq Arianfar as a starting point towards the goal of building a community with shared future for mankind.
Interview: Afghan businessmen seeking ways to boost pine nuts export to China
Afghan businessman Yahya Khan Zadran is seeking more ways and means to increase the export of pine nuts to markets in China.
China, Afghanistan, Pakistan reach broad consensus on cooperation
China, Afghanistan and Pakistan reached broad consensus on trilateral cooperation during the foreign ministers' dialogue between the three sides, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said here Saturday.
First Afghan "pine nut charter plane" flies directly to China
The first charter flight carrying pine nuts set off from Kabul to Shanghai on Tuesday, marking the first direct cargo flight of pine nuts from Afghanistan to China.
Chinese, Afghan FMs meet for closer cooperation
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with his Afghan counterpart Salahuddin Rabbani in Beijing on Monday, who is here to attend a China-Afghanistan-Pakistan foreign ministers' meeting.
First cargo train from China arrives in N. Afghan port
The first-ever cargo train from China, after some two weeks of journey, has arrived in Hairatan port, some 300 km north of Kabul, in the northern Balkh province.
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