Modi and Ghani discuss the situation in Afghanistan on the sidelines of Shanghai summit

Modi and Ghani discuss the situation in Afghanistan on the sidelines of Shanghai summit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani discussed the role played by India in the overall Afghan peace process on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek, on Friday.

In a 30-minute meeting, Modi said his government was committed to meeting the aspirations of the Afghan people to the path of “choosing a legitimate government through a democratic path,” Modi said, adding that the neighboring countries could cooperate. With each other, pointing to the success of Indo-Bengal relations.

The Indian media reported that Ashraf Ghani presented the current situation in Afghanistan and exchanged views on how Kabul and New Delhi deal together in the fight against drugs and terrorism. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani arrived in Kyrgyzstan on Thursday to attend the ” Cooperation “, which includes eight countries led by China, and India and Pakistan joined the organization in 2017.

Read also: If USA can talk for peace in Afghanistan then why not Kashmir: President AJ&K


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