Afghanistan’s top leaders are visiting regional nations to strengthen consensus and garner support for the peace talks.
President Ashraf Ghani met the Prime Minister of Qatar Skeikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdul Aziz Al Thani in Doha on Monday, the Presidential Palace said.
Both sides discussed further strengthening mutual ties and enhancing bilateral economic cooperation, Afghanistan’s peace process and other issues of significance.
Sheikh Al Thani described their relations as “two friendly and brother countries” and stressed Qatar wanted “sustainable peace, stability and prosperity” in Afghaistan.
Ghani said Afghanistan is pursuing friendly relationship grounded on mutual interests with regional and global countries. He attached particular importance to further expansion of relations between Afghanistan and Islamic countries as they share common values and principles.
Abdullah in India
Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, left for an official visit to New Delhi on Tuesday.
In a series of tweets, his office said Abdullah will meet the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, and deliver a keynote speech at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA).
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Abdullah said he will “exchange views” with the Indian leaders on the Afghan Peace Process, the ongoing peace talks in Doha, regional support for the process, and bilateral relations between the two countries.
“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,” he said.