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Atmar leaves for India to participate in 19th ASC

AT-KABUL: The National Security Advisor to the President Mohammad Haneef Atmar on Sunday flew to India with aim of participating in the 19th Asian Security Conference (ASC), his office said.

A press statement issued by National Security Advisor Office, said that during this three-day official visit, Atmar would participate in the 19th Asian Security Conference on combating terrorism evolving an Asian response arranged by Institute of Defense Studies and Analyses (IDSA) of India.

Statement said that Mr. Atmar is the keynote speaker and he will address on norms and the global war on terror and challenges for Asia.

Besides attending the conference, he will also have bilateral meetings with his counterpart, Dr. Ajit Kumar Doval National Security Advisor to Prime Minister of India and some other Indian security and political figures, added the statement.

In these meeting it is intended to talk on countering terrorism and expanding political and security ties between two countries.

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