President Ashraf Ghani in a two-day official trip left Kabul for New Delhi on late Monday.
Ghani in his meetings with Afghan refugees in Afghanistan embassy in India was said to consider the current year a difficult and challenging year for Afghanistan.
He noted that Afghanistan has become a focus point of the international terrorism.
President Ghani has also said that Afghanistan courts are full of corruption and he is fatigue of the judges of 34 provinces.
Ghani’s first measure in India was the opening of reconstructed building of Afghanistan embassy in New Delhi.
He also claimed that he is ready to sign treaty with India to give citizenships to Afghans in India.
President also demanded for the closure of Afghanistan embassies in some European countries that have no performances.
It is scheduled that President Ghani in his two-day meeting to India talk and discuss security and economic issues with Indian senior officials.
Reported by Fahim Noori