India and 5 Central Asian nations on Thursday determined to determine a joint working group on Afghanistan on the senior officers’ degree, in keeping with Ministry of Exterior Affairs Secretary (West) Reenat Sandhu.
The primary India-Central Asia Summit, hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in digital format was attended by 5 presidents, Kazakhstan’s Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Uzbekistan’s Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Tajikistan’s Emomali Rahmon, Turkmenistan’s Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow and Kyrgyz Republic’s Sadyr Japarov.
On the summit, Modi prompt getting ready a roadmap for the subsequent 30 years, Sandhu stated.
She stated it was determined that leaders of India and Central Asian nations would maintain a summit-level assembly each two years and the subsequent summit was anticipated in 2024.
On the assembly, the leaders agreed to proceed shut consultations on Afghanistan and determined to determine a joint working group on the nation on the senior officers’ degree, Sandhu stated.
She stated that India and Central Asian nations are dedicated to combatting the menace of terrorism and drug trafficking.
Joint counter-terrorism workouts might be held between India and Central Asian nations, Sandhu added.