US envoy praised India’s ‘generous humanitarian support’ for Afghanistan.
Thomas West, the US special representative for Afghanistan, during his India visit, discussed issues related to the conflict-ridden country that evokes global concerns. He met Deputy National Security Advisor Vikram Misri and Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Joint Secretary (PAI) JP Singh. “1/2 Great to see @VikramMisri, @MEAIndia JP Singh, and other Indian colleagues in Delhi to discuss shared interests in Afghanistan. As a fellow friend of the Afghan people, the US deeply appreciates India’s generous humanitarian support and commitment to Afghans’ fundamental rights. (sic),” Thomas West wrote in one of the tweets. While this is West’s third visit to the country, it is his first visit after India re-established its diplomatic presence in the country.
Also, The US envoy also mentioned about meeting Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, the chairman of the National Reconciliation Committee. “Also valuable to meet with @DrabdullahCE about the urgent need for national political dialogue among Afghans. There is consensus in int’l community on this imperative, which Afghans must lead and shape,” he added.