The Afghan National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib met with his Indian counterpart and other security officials during his visit to the country.

“Held productive meetings in India with my counterpart NSA Ajit Doval and other security officials on regional stability, the democratic progress and ongoing peace efforts in Afghanistan, and bilateral security cooperation,” Mohib said a statement posted online.

In the meantime, the Office of the National Security Council (ONSC) in a statement said Dr. Hamdullah Mohib met with his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval and discussed security situation, Afghan-led peace process, parliamentary elections and upcoming presidential elections.

The statement further added that Dr. Mohib thanked the government of India for its involvement in various sectors in Afghanistan, particularly for undertaking major infrastructure contracts and training of the Afghan security forces.

In his turn, Mr. Doval reaffirmed India’s continued support and cooperation with Afghanistan, specifically in the fight against terrorism, regional cooperation, and economic cooperation.

The statement by the Office of National Security Council also added that NSA Mohib invited his Indian counterpart to visit Afghanistan which was accepted by him.


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