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S.M. Krishna to Participate in Tokyo Conference

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S.M. Krishna to Participate in Tokyo Conference

India’s foreign minister S.M. Krishna is expected to emphasize India’s long-term commitments to the Afghan Government and its people in their efforts to build a peaceful, pluralistic, democratic and prosperous Afghanistan.

India and Afghanistan has a historic long partnership and India has been an active member in rebuilding Afghanistan.

In October, 2011 the two nations signed the Strategic Partnership Agreement which reiterated India’s commitments to the development of Afghanistan.

India hosted the Investment Summit on Afghanistan in Delhi with the objective to attract foreign investments into Afghanistan.

The recommendations of the Delhi Investment Summit are to feed into the Tokyo Conference.

The Tokyo Conference is due to be held tomorrow in Japan. About 70 countries are expected to attend the event.


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