Central Asian security, bilateral trade and infrastructure development were among the topics during Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's visit to Tashkent earlier this month.
The training programme is part of the Afghan National Army's efforts to boost the number of women in the armed forces.
About 200 religious scholars and tribal elders declared their support for security forces in eastern Afghanistan.
The Taliban's cultivation, processing and trafficking of drugs causes insecurity, the continuation of war and an increasing number of Afghans addicted to drugs, analysts say.
The Afghan army is preparing an operation against ISIS militants in the northern provinces of Sar-e-Pul, Faryab and Jawzjan following reports of the presence of new foreign fighters.
Members of the group said they decided to stop fighting after realising their actions only hurt Afghanistan and its people.
Women's economic empowerment and independence are growing with the support of a number of government efforts.
A new education centre, transportation links, and an official visit by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to Uzbekistan are all indicators of stronger ties between Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
'Our main duty is to end the war and begin the peace negotiations,' said HPC Chairman Mohammad Karim Khalili.
The leaders of the two countries oversaw the signing of dozens of agreements and trade contracts worth more than $500 million.
Seeking to hide the crimes they have committed, ISIS and the Taliban have increased attacks against journalists and the media.
The government is working to help displaced families return and has provided aid in the form of tents, blankets, flour, oil, sugar and cooking equipment.
Afghan Deputy Chief Executive Mohammad Mohaqiq's support of Afghans fighting in the Syrian war is in 'absolute contradiction with Afghan foreign policy', the Afghan Presidential Palace said.