Today, H.E. Ambassador Khojesta Fana Ebrahimkhel presented her Letters of Credence to His Serene Highness Hereditary Prince Alois of the Principality of Liechtenstein at the Vaduz Castel. This marked the establishment of official diplomatic relations between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Principality of Liechtenstein and the starting point of her tenure as non-resident Ambassador of Afghanistan to Liechtenstein.
H.E. Ambassador Ebrahimkhel conveyed H.E. President Ghani’s strong commitment for enhancing the bilateral relations between Afghanistan and Liechtenstein and pledged her full cooperation. Ambassador Ebrahimkhel expressed her gratitude for the continued support provided by Liechtenstein in the past years and its commitment to international solidarity. Primarily within the framework of the International Humanitarian Cooperation and Development (IHCD), the Liechtenstein Development Service (LED) is responsible for bilateral development cooperation and reducing the gap between countries and regions with different development levels.
H.E. Ambassador Ebrahimkhel also expressed her appreciation for the efforts of the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination (LISD) in holding events in Vienna on Afghanistan and for carrying out a long-term development and capacity building project entitled “Afghanistan and the Region”. Ambassador Ebrahimkhel looks forward to establishing strong bilateral relations with Liechtenstein a country with respect for Human Rights and with a commitment to global peace and security.