India may host NSA-level meeting in Afghanistan

India may host NSA-level meeting in Afghanistan

NSA-level meeting: Well, all know that the Taliban take over Kabul. It’s been two months. Now, New Delhi remains intending to fasten regional authorities on the future of Afghanistan. On 20th October, it plans to audit the Moscow process of talks by sending an official team. However, the meet will add the Deputy Prime Minister of the Taliban.

According to the source, India may host an NSA-level meeting in the next month. Further, the meeting will place in Afghanistan. For the meeting, New Delhi has invited regional National Security Advisers and Pakistan’s NSA Moeed Yusuf to Delhi which will conduct on the 10th and 11th November.

As of the source reports, the Pakistani directors confirmed that they are receiving notification from New Delhi. However, further decisions have yet to be taken.


Still, the move would mark the first visit by incumbent NSA Yusuf to India when Pakistan decided to attend the NSA-level meeting.

Meanwhile, New Delhi has invited China, Pakistan except for Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

 The SCO’s meeting did hold in Pakistan’s KP province, Pabbi. SCO sends an enticement for Pakistan for some sidelong form gatherings that serve the help of a three-part Indian association to the Regional Anti-Terror Mechanism meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO-RATS).

India says it will stand by the Afghan people when it comes to recognizing the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. In an address to the international community, Indian Prime Minister Modi urged them not to allow Afghan territory to become a hotbed of radicalization and terrorism.

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