India seeking peace in Afghanistan, says Abdullah


Kabul [Afghanistan], Jan 14 (ANI): Afghanistan’s Chief Government Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah mentioned that India is searching for peace in Afghanistan.

Abdullah gave this assertion whereas addressing a session with the Council of Ministers right here on Monday.

Final week on Friday, India reiterated its dedication and assist to Afghanistan’s efforts in the direction of a peace and reconciliation course of that’s led, owned and managed by Kabul.

Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Raveesh Kumar knowledgeable assembly befell on January 10 between Exterior Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and the US particular envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad, the place the officers shared their perspective on peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.

India has been a key stakeholder in Afghanistan’s peace and reconciliation course of and has been pushing for an Afghan-led, Afghan-owned and Afghan-controlled peace course of.

In November final 12 months, India had participated in talks on Afghanistan peace course of in Moscow at a non-official degree. New Delhi despatched two former diplomats to the assembly, which was additionally attended by Taliban leaders though India has a coverage on not partaking with the terrorist group.

Through the Moscow assembly, the Taliban had mentioned that the withdrawal of international forces from Afghanistan was the one approach ahead for sustaining peace and safety within the area.

In the meantime, a 22 Ministerial Dialogue that not too long ago befell in New Delhi between India and the US, targeted over the diplomatic stance of the 2 nations in stabilising peace in Afghanistan. (ANI)


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