NEW DELHI: India has proposed to host a gathering of the nationwide safety advisers (NSA) of key stakeholder nations to addresses the humanitarian disaster and talk about the evolving scenario in Afghanistan.
According to a report printed in India Today, invites for the assembly have been prolonged to key stakeholders within the area, together with Russia, China, and Pakistan.
New Delhi has proposed two dates – November 10 and 11 – for the NSA assembly.
Meanwhile, India will take part within the Moscow Format assembly on Afghanistan on October 20, its Ministry of External Affairs stated on Thursday.
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated that India’s coverage in the direction of Afghanistan is guided by its friendship with the Afghan individuals.
Earlier this month, Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla had stated that India is keen to supply humanitarian help to Afghanistan and it has engaged with the representatives of the Taliban in Doha.
The overseas secretary had stated, “We are willing to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan and we have been a constructive partner in the development of the country, before the Taliban took over, investing over $3 billion.”