Kabul and New Delhi signed strategic agreement
Wed Oct 05, 2:52 pm
President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday left Kabul for two-day visit to India.
Janan Musazai spokesman of Foreign Ministry says:
“Purpose of Karzai’s visit to India is to meet Indian leaders and to talk political and economical cooperation between Kabul and New Delhi”.
President Hamid Karzai at a research center in India spoke about the achievements of the government in last ten years.
Syed Ahmad Najib professor of Kabul University says:
Afghanistan and India can have serious impact over Pakistan.
Ahmad Zia Rafat another professor of Kabul University says:
India is considered the biggest power in the region that has played an important role in the reconstruction of Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban.
India has promised 2 billion dollar aid to Afghanistan and such a bilateral cooperation has serious impacts over on Islamabad.
President Karzai’s visit to India comes as Kabul’s relations deteriorating with Islamabad after the assassination of Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani ex-President of Afghanistan.
It’s said that; Pakistan feels concerned about India’s influence in Afghan affairs.