We share Afghanistan’s pain over terrorism: Modi


New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said New Delhi shares Afghanistan’s pain over persisting terrorism and extremist violence that destroy lives and derail progress.

“I thank him for our cooperation against terrorism. We are deeply grateful to the Afghan security forces, who protect our people in Afghanistan as they would their own,” he said in his address at the joint press briefing with Afghan President Dr. Ashraf Ghani.

Prime Minister Modi said India admires the courage and resolve of the Afghan people to seek a future of peace and prosperity.

“The partnership has blossomed despite barriers of geography and politics. It is an enduring commitment,” said Prime Minister Modi.

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