US envoy praises India’s “huge humanitarian help” for Afghanistan
The National Reconciliation Committee’s chairman, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, was another person the US ambassador named.
An American envoy has praised India’s help for Afghanistan at a time when the neighbouring nation is dealing with several social and economic issues due to Taliban leadership. Months after withdrawing, New Delhi has reestablished its presence in Kabul.
During his tour to India, Thomas West, the US special representative for Afghanistan, outlined problems with the war-torn nation that raise worries around the world. He spoke with Joint Secretary (PAI) JP Singh of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and Deputy National Security Advisor Vikram Misri. “1/2 Wonderful to see @VikramMisri and @MEAIndia JP Singh and other Indian coworkers are in Delhi to talk about common objectives in Afghanistan. The United States is extremely grateful to India for its significant humanitarian assistance and dedication to the fundamental rights of Afghans. (sic), “One of the tweets was written by Thomas West. Although this is West’s third trip to the nation, it is his first since India resumed its diplomatic missions there.
Additionally, the US representative spoke about his encounter with Dr. Abdullah, the head of the National Reconciliation Committee, in Afghanistan. “Meeting with @DrabdullahCE about the critical need for national political dialogue among Afghans was also beneficial. The international community has agreed that Afghans must take the initiative and shape this imperative “He went on to say.
His three-nation tour also includes Japan and the United Arab Emirates in addition to India. He is reportedly consulting with Afghan diaspora leaders in the fields of human rights, economics, politics, and the media about how to handle these difficulties, according to news agency ANI.
The UN mission in Afghanistan has encouraged the Taliban to stop violence against women right away, and that is why they are making this visit.
As National Security Adviser Ajit Doval meets with his counterparts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan on Tuesday, security issues related to Afghanistan continue to be a primary priority.