India keeps tabs on Afghanistan crisis amid Doha talks | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Amid mounting safety issues in Afghanistan, India stays in contact with the Afghan authorities in regards to the growing scenario and the continuing peace talks in Doha. Indian ambassador to Qatar, Deepak Mittal, met Afghan chief negotiator Abdullah Abdullah on Sunday to debate developments associated to Afghanistan.
Abdullah was in India final month on what sources stated was a personal go to. Even as preventing continues unabated in Afghanistan, the Afghan authorities, represented by Abdullah, and Taliban met in Qatar on Saturday and known as for peace. “On the sidelines of Doha talks, met Deepak Mittal. Discussed peace process and latest developments in Afghanistan, India’s role in peace process and the way forward,” tweeted Abdullah, chairman of the excessive council for nationwide reconciliation, Afghanistan. He was quoted as saying that Afghanistan was wanting ahead to a constructive and constructive end result to talks in Doha.
For India, the primary concern stays the use of Taliban-controlled territory by Pakistan and Pakbased terror teams.

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