President Ashraf Ghani in a telephonic conversation with Britain’s Foreign Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday discussed terrorism, security and other mutual interest issues, the Presidential Palace said in a statement.
The two sides also talked about political and security issues of Afghanistan and the region and emphasized on extending cooperation in this respect.
Ghani condemned the recent terrorist attack in London and said terrorism is a joint threat to the world, the statement said.
Ghani stated that lasting ties between Kabul and London is crucial for security of Afghanistan and the region, the statement added.
Meanwhile, the British Foreign Minister said Britain is committed to continue its support to Kabul in different sectors.