New delhi: Afghanistan Army chief General Wali Mohammad will hold wide-ranging discussions with Army chief General MM Naravane and National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval during his two-day visit starting July 27 to New Delhi.
His visit comes at a time when the Afghan forces are fighting the Taliban which has controlled nearly two-third of that country.
India and Afghanistan have long-standing defence ties in terms of training. India has also supplied some MI helicopters to Afghanistan. Incidentally, India has invested more than $3 billion in several projects related to infrastructure and welfare.
The two Army chiefs are likely to discuss the current situation prevailing in Afghanistan, sources said here on Monday. The visit comes days after External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said dialogue was the only way to address the ongoing turmoil there.