Abdullah Abdullah meets PM Modi
Afghanistan’s top peace negotiator Abdullah Abdullah recently met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Both discussed the ongoing peace initiative to bring back stability in the war-ravaged country.
- Mr. Modi assured him of India’s continued support for the peace process in Afghanistan.
- Indian Prime Minister reaffirmed India’s long term commitment to further deepen ties with Afghanistan.
- The Taliban and the government of Afghanistan are holding direct talks to end 19 years of war that has killed score of people and ravaged various parts of the country.
- We have been supporting a national peace and reconciliation process which is Afghan-led, Afghan-owned and Afghan-controlled.
India has also been maintaining that heed should be paid to ensure that such process does not lead to any “ungoverned spaces” where terrorists and their proxies can relocate.
India has been calling upon all sections of the political spectrum in Afghanistan to work together to meet the aspirations of all people in that country including those from the minority community for a prosperous and safe future.