India has sent a delegation to Kabul for talks with the Taliban

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Following a recent request by the Taliban’s acting foreign minister, Amir Khan Mottaqi, to the Indian government to reopen its embassy in Kabul, New Delhi sent a delegation to Afghanistan.

Mottaki called on Indian officials to reopen their embassy in Kabul in an interview with 18 News India, guaranteeing the safety of Indian diplomats and the security of the embassy.

Following the televised interview, Indian media quoted the Indian Foreign Ministry as saying that the Indian diplomatic mission had left for Kabul on Thursday morning (June 12th).

According to reports, the Indian diplomatic mission in Kabul is led by Jipi Singh, Joint Secretary of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran.

The Indian Foreign Ministry has told Indian media that a diplomatic delegation has arrived in Kabul to discuss Afghanistan’s humanitarian needs.

“During the visit, the team will meet with representatives of international organizations involved in the distribution of humanitarian aid,” the ministry added. “In addition, the team is expected to visit various venues where Indian programs and projects are being implemented.”

The Taliban-led government has not yet officially issued a statement.

With the recent developments in Afghanistan, India closed its embassy in Kabul and its consulates in Mazar-e-Sharif.

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