The head of High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR) Abdullah Abdullah, leading a delegation, headed to India for talks on Afghan peace process.
Chairman of HCNR, Abdullah Abdullah, accompanied by a high-level delegation, left Kabul Tuesday morning for talks on the peace process with Indian dignitaries.
“India is a strategic partner of Afghanistan and has continuously supported the government and people of Afghanistan. Our historical relations with India is very important to us, and the role of India in establishing a lasting peace in Afghanistan and the region is vital,” said Mr Abdullah before his departure to India.
During the visit, he will meet with Indian PM, Minister for external affairs, National Security Adviser, and other high-level Indian officials.
“The head of HCNR will discuss the Afghan peace process, Doha talks, opportunities and challenges, and the need for regional consensus and support for peace efforts,” Sapidar palace said in a statement.
The visit from India comes as Abdullah Abdullah has earlier been in Pakistan where he discussed peace efforts with high-level Pakistani dignitaries.