China's Foreign Minister, Wang Yi arrived in Kabul on Sunday morning for scheduled talks with a number of high-ranking government officials.
On arrival, he met with Afghan acting foreign minister Salahuddin Rabbani and number of other officials where they discussed the agreements forged between the Afghan and Chinese presidents at Shanghai Summit in Astana earlier this month.
At the time, President Ashraf Ghani and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to the need for a joint fight against terrorism and extremism, to expand both regional cooperation and China's support in the Afghan peace process.
"China's foreign minister said in his meeting with Rabbani he is in Kabul to follow up on the agreements made in Astana between Afghanistan and China on the joint-anti terrorism and extremism fight, China's support to the Afghan peace process, on regional cooperation and on expanding bilateral cooperation between the two countries," read a statement issued by the foreign affairs ministry.
According to the statement, Wang assured the Afghan foreign minister that China will support the Kabul Process so as to make the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process a success.
Rabbani meanwhile said that in order to have peace and stability in Afghanistan, regional cooperation and consensus was needed. He said China has played a good role in regional cooperation in this regard.
Reports say that Wang will also meet with Ghani and a number of officials during his visit.