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December 18, 2020

Trade Agreement Between India And Afghanistan

Filed under: Uncategorized — Chris Chaten @ 5:57 PM

India recognized the new Republic of Afghanistan on 19 July 1973. Indian Foreign Minister Swaran Singh visited Afghan President Mohammed Daoud Khan and Khan in March 1975 in India in October of the year. On July 7, 1974, the two countries signed a trade protocol. [20] “Today, a $2 million contract was signed between Indian and Afghan companies. We expect many more contracts to be signed in the next two days,” Abdali said. The assassination of Afghanistan`s former president, Burhanuddin Rabbani, in September 2011 was condemned by India, which said: “Tragically, the forces of terror and hatred have silenced another powerful voice of reason and peace in Afghanistan. We unreservedly condemn this act of great brutality,” reaffirming the unwavering support of the Indian people and government in Afghanistan for “Seeking peace and efforts to strengthen the roots of democracy.” [36] [37] India has promised to align itself with the Line of the Afghan people as it prepares to assume responsibility for their governance and security after the withdrawal of international forces in 2014. [38] In October 2011, Afghanistan signed its first strategic pact with India. [14] [39] Military assistance includes training of Afghan security personnel. [40] During his visit to India, Karzai told the media: “This strategic partnership is not directed against any country. This strategic partnership is intended to help Afghanistan. He also said: “Pakistan is our twin brother, India is a great friend. The agreement we signed with our friend will not concern our brother.┬áHe added: “Unfortunately, our commitment to Islamabad has not yet achieved the result we want.

[41] In May 2012, the two parties will establish the Partnership Council, the supreme body responsible for implementing the Strategic Partnership Pact. The Salma Dam, officially Afghan-India Friendship Dam, is a dam project on the Hari River in Chishti Sharif district, Herat province, western Afghanistan. The Afghan cabinet has renamed the Salma Dam in Afghanistan-India Friendship Dam to strengthen relations between the two countries. During Hamid Karzai`s visit to India in April 2006, three Memorandums of Understanding were signed between Afghanistan and India to strengthen cooperation in the areas of rural development, education and standardization between the Office of Indian Standards (BIS) and the Afghan National Standards Authority. [29] During the visit of the Afghan Foreign Minister, Dr. Dr., an agreement was signed, which provided $50 million for the promotion of bilateral enterprises between Afghanistan and India.

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