New Delhi: National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval while participating in the 4th Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan in Dushanbe on Friday emphasized that India was an important stakeholder in Afghanistan. He also said that no one can change it. Following the Third Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan held in New Delhi in November 2021, the National Security Advisors of Tajikistan, India, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Kyrgyzstan and China participated in the Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan in Dushanbe.
NSA Doval discussed the situation in Afghanistan and the region. They highlighted the need to find constructive ways to ensure peace and stability in Afghanistan and to deal with the risks of terrorism emanating from the region. Doval said that India was and is an important stakeholder in Afghanistan. A special relationship with the people of Afghanistan for centuries will guide India's vision, no one can change it.' According to sources, Doval also held a meeting with his counterparts from Iran, Tajikistan, Russia and other participants in the talks on the sidelines of the meeting.
NSA Doval told his counterparts that the people of Afghanistan have a special place. NSA Doval highlighted the need for representation of all sections of Afghan society, including women and minorities, so that the collective energies of the largest possible proportion of the Afghan population feel inspired to contribute to nation building.