Trilateral meet talks Afghan situation
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India, USA and Afghanistan Tuesday discussed the political, security and economic transition in Afghanistan and specific cooperation projects during the trilateral meeting.
The meet discussed ways to enhance cooperation to deal with terrorism and extremism, and opportunities like regional trade. It came in the backdrop of the US move to withdraw 34,000 of its troops from thecountry in the next one year.
"Since India, Afghanistan and the US share a vision of a peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan, the trilateral dialogue provides useful opportunity to state views on broad-based subjects critical for transition and transformation that are under way in Afghanistan," Y K Sinha, Additional Secretary (PAI) in the Ministry of External Affairs, said.
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