More than 115 high-impact projects will be executed in Afghanistan’s suburban and rural communities in 31 provinces under a new partnership with India.
Sibghatullah Ahmadi, deputy spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), confirmed to Pajhwok Afghan News in New Delhi that the 116 agreements would be jointly implemented in 31 provinces.
However, he did not give information about the cost of the projects. Ahmadi said Rabbani also met India National Security Council Advisor Ajit Doyal. Bilateral relations and security issues were discussed at the meeting.
Delhi and Kabul also signed Motor Vehicles Agreement for the regulation of passenger, personal and cargo vehicular traffic that would pave the way for much needed overland transit. Read More…
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