Jaishankar speaks to British counterpart Raab on situation in Afghanistan
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar spoke to his British counterpart Dominic Raab on Wednesday on the situation in Afghanistan, their second such conversation in a week.India has been in constant touch with all major countries on the fast-paced developments in Afghanistan, particularly after the Taliban took control of the country on August 15.Nice speaking again to UK Foreign Secretary DominicRaab.
''Nice speaking again to UK Foreign Secretary @DominicRaab. The conversation focused on Afghanistan-related developments,'' Jaishankar tweeted.
The Jaishankar-Raab conversation came a day after the US completed the withdrawal of its forces from Afghanistan, ending its two-decade war in the country.
India has been closely monitoring the unfolding developments in Afghanistan.
India has been a key stakeholder in Afghanistan and it has invested nearly USD 3 billion in carrying out nearly 500 projects across Afghanistan.
The UN Security Council, under India's presidency, on Monday adopted a resolution demanding that the territory of Afghanistan not be used to threaten any country or shelter terrorists.
There have been mounting concerns in India over the possibility of rising in activities of various terror groups, including Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, from Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
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