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India to host conclave of top security officials of Central Asian countries on Tuesday Dec 6

KABUL (BNA) Indian officials and Central Asian countries will hold a meeting in New Delhi today, Tuesday and discuss the situation in Afghanistan and regional cooperation.

The National Security Advisor of India Ajit Doval will host the meeting in which the National Security Advisors of the Central Asian countries “Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan” are participating; Turkmenistan has not sent a delegation to this meeting, the Times of India reported.

The security concerns from Afghanistan are the focus of these talks, concerns that the Islamic Emirate has considered unjustifiable, the Times of India reported.

In this meeting, the representatives of the participating countries will discuss the prevention of regional instability and economic cooperation, and India will strive to attract the attention of Central Asian countries for transit cooperation through Chah Bahar port.

The Islamic Emirate has repeatedly urged that the security concerns regarding Afghanistan as unjustifiable and it has been stressed that instead of exaggerating the problems in Afghanistan, the world countries should think about taking the opportunities provided under sure security and use these opportunities on the transit position of Afghanistan.

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