New Delhi Is Next Stop For Khalilzad Amid Peace Talks
U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad will be making a short trip to India on Tuesday to meet political leaders in New Delhi, Indian media reports.
According to diplomats, Khalilzad will be making a shout four-hour-long stop in India, where he will meet with Minister of External Affair S Jaishankar and share details of the Afghan peace process.
He has appreciated India’s constructive role in Afghanistan for the past 20 years.
India also participated in the talks with Foreign Ministry’s Joint Secretary (Pakistan-Afghanistan-Iran) JP Singh leading a delegation to Qatar while Jaishankar delivered a virtual address at the opening ceremony.
There has been no official confirmation of Khalilzad’s trip from the U.S. Department of State yet.
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