Minister of Foreign Affairs Hamrokhon Zarifi received Resident Representative of Aga-Khan Development Network (AKDN) Munir M. Merali

10 January 2008
Minister of Foreign Affairs Hamrokhon Zarifi received Resident Representative of Aga-Khan Development Network (AKDN) Munir M. Merali.

On January 10, 2008 Minister of Foreign Affairs Hamrokhon Zarifi received Resident Representative of Aga-Khan Development Network (AKDN) Munir M. Merali.

Existing potential in the relationship of the Republic of Tajikistan and Aga-Khan Development Network should be fully used and developed, stressed the two sides.

Furthermore, both parties focused their attention on a number of priority projects of mutual cooperation in which AKDN is in the process of engagement, mainly on the construction of student’s campus for Khorog University and new bridges, “Serena” five-star hotel in Dushanbe and Ismaili Center.

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Munir Merali, AKDN Resident Representative, making the opening speech along side His Excellency Abdulla Yuldoshev, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan, at the Imamat Day Reception (10 July 2009)
Munir Merali, AKDN Resident Representative, making the opening speech along side His Excellency Abdulla Yuldoshev, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan, at the Imamat Day Reception (10 July 2009)
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives at the Ismaili Centre, and is received by AKDN Resident Representative Munir Merali and Muzaffar Djorubov, Executive Officer of the Ismaili Centre, Dushanbe. Courtesy of the Ismaili Centre, Dushanbe
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives at the Ismaili Centre, and is received by AKDN Resident Representative Munir Merali and Muzaffar Djorubov, Executive Officer of the Ismaili Centre, Dushanbe. Courtesy of the Ismaili Centre, Dushanbe

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