Putin, Modi agree to boost cooperation on Afghanistan
MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed on the importance of coordinating on Afghanistan during a telephone conversation on Tuesday.
The leaders noted that closer cooperation on Afghanistan would contribute to the establishment of peace and stability in the region, the Kremlin said in a statement.
“They expressed their readiness to build up cooperation in countering the spread of terrorist ideology and the drug threat emanating from Afghanistan,” it added.
Both leaders agreed to form a bilateral communications channel that would allow for further consultations on Afghanistan.
Putin and Modi also covered bilateral trade and economic ties, and cooperation in combatting Covid-19. (Xinhua)
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