NEW DELHI: Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani will visit India tomorrow to conduct two day meeting on key issues with PM Narendra Modi. During his visit, he will discuss about increasing military assistance.
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External Affairs Ministry said, “The conversations between Ghani and Modi will cover a wide range of matters of mutual interest".
"The upcoming visit will provide an opportunity to continue the close and frequent consultations between the two friendly neighbours, including at the highest level,” it added.
“Such interaction is the hallmark of their strategic partnership and has guided the strengthening of all-round cooperation between the two countries," the Ministry said.
Afghanistan has been requesting expanded barrier supplies, including deadly weapons from India, which interestingly gave four Mi-25 assault helicopters to the war-torn nation a year ago.
As indicated by sources, India may agree to the interest and report such help.
Aside from holding exchanges with Modi, who will likewise have a lunch in his honor, Ghani amid his working visit will likewise cooperate with the business group and convey a location at an unmistakable research organization in New Delhi.