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Top Afghani peace negotiator to meet PM Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar

Afghanistan's top peace negotiator Abdullah showed up in India on Tuesday evening for a five-day visit during which he will hold chats with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and external affairs S Jaishankar.


Abdullah's visit is important for an effort to enter nations in the area for help for the dealings between the Afghan government and the Taliban at Doha in Qatar, individuals acquainted with advancements said.


Abdullah is also expected to have interactions with key members of India’s security setup, including National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, though details could not immediately be ascertained. Interactions with the Afghan community in New Delhi are also on the cards.


The chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation in Afghanistan is travelling to India after a three-day visit to Pakistan last week. In Islamabad, he had met Prime Minister Imran Khan, foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa.


Abdullah told the Pakistani leadership that a message about reducing violence and showing greater flexibility in negotiations should be communicated to the Taliban leadership participating in the negotiations in Doha.


This is Abdullah's first visit to India after the arrangement of another legislature in Kabul following a year ago's disturbed political race.


Individuals referred to above said on state of namelessness that Abdullah is required to look for the Indian initiative's help for the intra-Afghan dealings. India had sent an official delegation to Doha to go to the occasion of the launch of negotiations.


The occasion was additionally attended by means of video meeting by Jaishankar, who said any new regulation which rises up out of the intra-Afghan discourse measure must guarantee that Afghanistan's soil is never utilized for Anti-Indian exercises.


Senior Afghan pioneer Marshal Abdul Rashid Dostum visited India on September 25 and held chats on the peace cycle with Jaishankar, who disclosed to him New Delhi stays focused on Afghan-drove, Afghan-claimed, and Afghan-controlled dealings.


India, the locale's biggest supplier of advancement help to Afghanistan, has communicated worry at an ongoing spike in viciousness by the Taliban and fear assaults on minorities, for example, Sikhs. It has said the intra-Afghan dealings must guarantee the interests of minorities, ladies and weak segments of society and diminish savagery across Afghanistan and its neighborhood.


Since 2001, India has attempted activities worth $3 billion in Afghanistan, incorporating $1 billion vowed in 2016 under the "new development partnership" conspire for a very long time.


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