India has once again announced generous assistance to crisis-hit Afghanistan. India has said that 20,000 metric tonnes of wheat will be sent to Afghanistan facing food crisis through Chabahar port.
The announcement was made at the first meeting of the India-Central Asia Joint Working Group on Afghanistan in Delhi on Tuesday, which was attended by dignitaries, besides diplomats and senior officials from five Central Asian countries, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. , Courier. hostindia. ,
In a statement issued after the meeting, it was said that India has announced to supply 20 thousand tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan through Chabahar port in collaboration with the United Nations WFP. In fact, India has been advocating uninterrupted humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan to overcome the humanitarian crisis.
Earlier in August 2021, months after the Taliban seized power in Kabul, India had announced to provide 50,000 metric tonnes of wheat to help the Afghan people facing a food crisis.
All the countries involved in the meeting issued a joint statement on Tuesday. Said that the land of Afghanistan should not be used for any kind of terrorist activities. It also called for the formation of a “truly inclusive” political structure in Kabul that respected the rights of all Afghans, including women.