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No country should use terror as foreign policy: Chief Executive of Afghanistan - The Indian Express

No country can be allowed to use terror as an instrument of foreign policy and Afghanistan expects its good intentions towards its neighbours to be reciprocated, the country's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Friday. Talking specifically about ...and more »

Pakistan's claim on swapping Kulbhushan Jadhav another imaginary lie, says India - The Indian Express

India on Friday cited the Afghanistan NSA's statement saying there was no proposal to swap Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav for a terrorist, and asserted that it was another addition to Islamabad's “imaginary lies”. Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja ...and more »

Russia, Iran still provide weapons to Afghan Taliban: Mattis - Pajhwok Afghan News (blog)

KABUL info-icon (Pajhwok): US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has accused Iran and Russia of continuing their armed support to Afghan Taliban info-icon , a media report said on Saturday. The Pentagon chief blasted Russia and Iran's continued support to ...and more »

New US policy can boost Indo-Afghan security ties: Abdullah Abdullah - The Hindu

The new U.S. policy in Afghanistan is an “opportunity” for India-U.S.-Afghanistan cooperation on security as well as development issues, says Afghanistan's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, speaking to Diplomatic Editor Suhasini Haidar . How important ...and more »

Khawaja Asif's correct stand - DAWN.com

Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif has once again spoken boldly about Pakistan's need to reflect on flawed security policy choices of the past and urgently put its house in order today. Predictably, Mr Asif's remarks have drawn criticism from nationalist ...and more »

Afghan chief executive visits India to enhance trade, strategic ties - Arab News

NEW DELHI: Afghanistan's Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah paid a two-day visit to India as part of US and Afghan efforts to have New Delhi play a greater role in Afghanistan. Abdullah attended “Passage to Prosperity,” a US-sponsored trade and ...and more »

New strategy not a move to isolate Pakistan: US, Nato - DAWN.com

WASHINGTON: The United States and Nato have jointly urged Pakistan not to see the new US strategy for South Asia as a move to isolate it. “One reason why we welcome the new US strategy announced by President Trump recently is that it has this regional ...and more »

Prime Minister meets Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of Afghanistan - Narendra Modi (press release) (blog)

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi met the Chief Executive of Afghanistan, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah today afternoon. Prime Minister extended a warm welcome to Dr. Abdullah, who is in India on a two-day working visit. |. Both leaders reaffirmed the strength ...and more »

India signs MoU to train Afghan police - The Hindu

India and Afghanistan exchanged a memorandum of understanding on Thursday, which will see Afghan police forces trained in India for the first time. The agreement followed a meeting between Afghanistan Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and Prime ...and more »

Pressure on Pakistan: International diplomacy against terror forces Islamabad to backtrack - Times of India (blog)

In a sign that international pressure on Pakistan for nurturing terrorists is leading to some backtracking on the part of Islamabad, Pakistan's interior ministry has opposed the registration of the political wing of Hafiz Saeed's Jamaat-ud-Dawa. The ...and more »