The National Youth Consensus for Peace (NYCP) welcomed the launch of the Indo-Afghan Youth Forum on Tuesday, to further foster Afghanistan and India ties in collaboration with Raisina House, a Delhi-based think tank.
The NYCP said youth below the age of 35 make 67% of the Afghan population and 65% of the Indian population – roughly around 630 million young people in all.
“With the establishment of the Indo-Afghan Youth Forum we will create the opportunity for youth of both countries to assume their responsibility at this crucial time,” the NYCP said, referring to the major risks such as the COVID-19 pandemic, conflicts, climate crisis and extremism.
The Indo-Afghan Youth Forum aims to understand and foster bilateral relations via means of discussions and by exchanging opinions between the youth of both countries.
It will strive to build “mutually amiable and strategic relations” to influence future policies and aspire to increase the involvement of youth in the policy-making process in both nations by Track 2 diplomacy.
The forum aims to engage in bilateral discussion and deliberate on issues important to both nations, facilitate cultural exchanges, amplify the youth’s voice in policy-making, and facilitate research projects.
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