KABUL, July 7 (Xinhua) -- Afghan president on Thursday left for Warsaw to attend a key NATO summit, said Arg, the country's presidential palace, in a written statement.
"Afghanistan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, leading a high-level delegation, left this evening to Warsaw, Poland to take part in Warsaw Summit,"it said in the statement.
The leaders of the 28 NATO allies and other partner nations will meet for a landmark two-day summit, starting from Friday.
On Saturday, the NATO members will focus on its involvement in Afghanistan among other topics and will review their financial support for the Afghan security forces until 2020.
The Afghan leader besides addressing the NATO Summit, will also hold separate meetings with the leaders of NATO member countries on the sidelines of the meeting during his three-day trip, the statement added.
Among other officials, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani, National Security Advisor Mohammad Anif Atmar, Afghan Defense Minister Gen. Abdullah Habibi, Finance Minister Eklil Hakimi and Mohammad Haroon Chakhansuri, presidential spokesman, are accompanying the president, according to the statement. Enditem