KABUL - A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday said that talks with Afghanistan and United States will resume on Afghan-US strategic agreement in one month.
Afghan and US officials will hold talks in Kabul, Janan Musazai, a spokesman for the ministry said.
Three other strategic pacts will be signed with Britain, France and Italy in the near future, he added.
The pacts will focus on long-term financial support of Afghan security forces and economical cooperation between Afghanistan and the mentioned countries.
"The talks will be held between authorized representatives of Afghanistan and the US in Kabul," Janan Musazai added. "US ambassador in Kabul and US military officials will represent US in these talks."
Meanwhile, Mr Muszai said that a strategic pact will be signed between Afghanistan and NATO.
The pacts will respect sovereignty of Afghanistan and will not harm other countries.