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US, India Assure Afghanistan of Continued Cooperation

US, India Assure Afghanistan  of Continued Cooperation

KABUL - Senior officials from Afghanistan, the United States and India have agreed on trilateral cooperation in different areas, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Wednesday.
Deputy Foreign Minister Karzai headed the Afghan delegation at the three-way meeting, preceding the second Kabul Process conference, which began in the capital today.
The delegates met to share updates and discuss steps forward in the areas of energy cooperation, trade and economic links, institutional linkages and the issue of refugees.
The US delegation was led by Alice G. Wells, principal deputy assistant secretary for South and Central Asian affairs, while the Indian team was headed by Joint Secretary Dr. Deepak Mittal. 
At the outset, Karzai thanked both countries for their contribution in the areas important to Afghanistan and the region, according to a statement from the ministry.
Heads of US and Indian delegations hailed the initiatives taken by Afghanistan in important development areas, reiterating their full support for them. (Pajhwok)