Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday arrived in India to hold bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The Afghan President met PM Modi in order to discuss matters of mutual interest with high-level bilateral exchanges between the two countries.
The two leaders are likely to talk about global and regional security and trade. According to sources, the two of them will review the partnership developments between the nations, and discuss matters to promote peace and security in Afghanistan and ways to combat terrorism.
Their discussions will also focus on the Chabahar Port, whose operations are to be undertaken by India within a month.
President Ghani will also review the progress made on the infrastructure work being done in Afghanistan by India.
Later in the day, India Foundation, an independent research centre is scheduled to hold a civic reception in President Ghani’s honour before he flies back Kabul.
The Afghan president was invited by Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale who visited Kabul last week on behalf of PM Modi.