Senior security officials from Russia, Iran and five Central Asian countries called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday after attending a dialogue hosted by India to solidify a collective approach to cope security concerns after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan.
NSA Ajit Doval and Foreign Minister Harsh Vardhan Shringla also joined security officials in their meeting with the prime minister, officials said.
We learn that Modi was briefed on discussions during the “Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan” by security officials.
India hosted the dialogue to consolidate a common approach of practical cooperation to address the growing threats of terrorism, radicalization and drug trafficking following the Taliban takeover of Kabul.
The Central Asian countries which participated in the dialogue are Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
During the dialogue, the security czars voiced concerns about the possible rise in terrorist activity from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and called for a collective approach to address the challenge. In his opening remarks at the Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan, hosted by India, Mr. Doval said recent developments in that country have important implications not only for the Afghan people but also for the Afghan people. region.
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