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Russia sponged out Afghani debt of 10 billion dollars
7.08.2007 01:46
Russia sponged out Afghani debt of 10 billion dollars

Russia and Afghanistan have signed an agreement on settlement of debts Afghanistan owed to the former USSR. According to the Russian party, it amounts to 11 billion dollars. Moscow is ready to write off 90% of the sum.
      The Afghani government in its turn will render assistance to Russian companies planning to enter the market of the country, since many of them are interested in resource development at the Afghani territory.
      The agreement was achieved via the Paris Clubs assistance. The president of Afghanistan referred to the members of the Paris Club asking to write off the debt.
      The document implies giving up the demand to indemnify for the damage caused by the Soviet forces presence in Afghanistan in the period of 1979-1989.


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