India, Afghanistan to enhance intelligence sharing against terrorism

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New Delhi – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in New Delhi, reported Dunya News.

Both the leaders agreed to enhance intelligence sharing against terrorism.

The friendly relationships between India and Afghanistan are reaching new levels as India pledges $1 Billion in economic aid to Afghanistan.

Both the countries also agreed to enhance intelligence sharing and mutual strategic coordination against extremism.

Afghan President also expressed his grief over the ongoing arm race in the area and termed it as a serious threat to regional peace.

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