Afghanistan Army Chief Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai to visit India next week

In the midst of the furious battle between the government armed forces and Taliban, Afghanistan Army Chief General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai will visit India for two days next week to interact with top security officials, including the Indian Army Chief General M.M. Naravane. Ahmadzai will be in India from July 27 to July 29 during which he is going to meet top dignitaries here, including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.

The visit comes when Pakistan in collaboration with Taliban has started to target Indian assets in Afghanistan. India has invested over 3 billion US dollars in infrastructure projects, including roads, dams and the Parliament building, in Afghanistan. Besides, A government delegation led by Abdullah and Taliban representatives are holding peace talks in Qatar's Doha. The fighting between the Afghan forces and Taliban has intensified in the last one month post the US forces withdrawal. Taliban has started expanding its influence in the war torn county after the US withdrawal.

Earlier this month, Afghan politician who leads the High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR) Abdullah Abdullah made a visit to India. He is making efforts for peace despite the ongoing fighting between government forces and the Taliban. For India, the main concern remains the use of Taliban-controlled territory by Pakistan-based terror groups. India is in touch with the Afghan government about the developing situation.

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