India, Afghan Leaders Vow “Firm Resolve”  to End Terror
India, Afghan Leaders Vow “Firm Resolve”  to End Terror

India, Afghan Leaders Vow “Firm Resolve” to End Terror

India, Afghan Leaders Vow “Firm Resolve” to End Terror

Leaders of India and Afghanistan on Tuesday expressed “firm resolve” to jointly fight against terrorism for the sake of regional peace and stability. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is on a daylong official visit to capital New Delhi on the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Anadolu reported. Modi and Ghani held bilateral talks and discussed a wide range of issues, including steps to end the “menace of terrorism”. Experts said the meeting between both leaders was important given the international efforts to establish a long-lasting peace process with the Taliban. Ghani later also met the Indian president and external affairs minister. Last month, India announced taking up 116 “high impact community developmental projects” in 31 provinces of Afghanistan.


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