The Ministry of Finance said Ahmad Reshad Popal, director-general of customs, and China's Minister of General Administration of Custom Yu Guangzhou the accord, enabling the neighbours to work together on simplifying custom processes.
A statement from the ministry said the two nations would also cooperate on mental medicine and chemical raw materials, common fight against drug, information-sharing and an exchange of experiences.
"The government of Afghanistan appreciates this agreement and sees it as a new step in Sino-Afghan relations. Implementation of this agreement will facilitate trade relations between Afghanistan and China and play a positive role in national revenue increment" hoped Finance Minister Eklil Hakimi.
“This agreement will benefit both countries,” said Popal, called it a major step toward increasing national revenue, access to quality business items, fighting corruption, enhancing the capacity of custom and simplifying processes.