India remains committed to Afghanistan’s reconstruction
Ansari in his meetings reiterated India’s continued commitment to Afghanistan’s reconstruction which includes developmental assistance in infrastructure building, investment in educational opportunities for Afghans and capacity building programmes for various ministries and Afghan institutions.
Vice President emphasized that the relationship between the people of two countries transcends relations between two governments and that is why it is immune to change of governments in India or Afghanistan.
The new Afghan leadership thanked India for its selfless support in the past and hoped for its continuation to make Afghanistan a prosperous country including through investments from India. The discussions also featured the issues like mapping of Human Resources for Afghanistan, support for Border Management, closer and seamless market to market ties and common threats posed to both countries. The leadership from both countries agreed that India and Afghanistan share a common future and can play a vital role in shaping the destiny of this part of the world.
The United Nations (UN) have pledged to provide technical and financial support for Afghanistan’s upcoming election, in an effort to
The Public Works Ministry will execute road projects worth $30 million (1.5 billion afs) this year in northern Jawzjan province,