Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah discusses regional security with PM Modi in New Delhi

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Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah discusses regional security with PM Modi in New Delhi
NEW DELHI: Afghan Chief Executive meets PM Narendra Modi in New Delhi to discuss regional situation and promote bilateral and diplomatic ties. 

 

They discussed security cooperation and signed agreement of visa free travel for Diplomats.

 

Afghan Chief Executive thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for Afghan Parliament building aid and three multi-role Mi-35 helicopters given by India.

 

The Afghan Parliament building was inaugurated by PM Modi last month on his return from tour of Russia.

 

Both leaders decided to increase bilateral cooperation to defeat the challenges of terrorism.

 

 Afghan Chief Executive will participate in counter-terrorism conference organized by India Foundation in Jaipur.