India’s National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval during his two-day visit in Kabul has met his counterpart Afghan NSA Hamdullah Mohib, and called on Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. This was his first high-level visit amid the peace process from Delhi to Afghanistan. The key topics that held between Doval and President Ghani included counter-terror and building regional consensus for supporting peace in Afghanistan.
Ghani during the conversation stated that in Afghanistan, the Afghan Security Forces and Defence Forces are the guarantors of stability. He also added that they are at the forefront of the war against global and regional terrorism. President noted that to fight against global terrorism, joint efforts of Afghanistan and India with NATO and the US will be very beneficial.
Being the biggest financial support of the country in the region, India as well as Afghanistan, have had a close engagement with New Delhi. India has been helping Afghanistan not only in the field of infrastructure but also in capacity building by providing scholarships to Afghan students. Also, India and Afghanistan shared a liberal relationship during the pandemic as India had sent 75,000 tonnes of wheat and 20 tonnes of life-saving medicines and other equipment to the other counterpart.