Kabul: The foreign office of Afghanistan and India has inked agreements to train Afghan Diplomats, including ambassadors, diplomatic staffers, and tactical training for all departments.
“Express Tribune”, a publication close to Pakistan’s military, announced in a report that the Indian embassy in Kabul has signed an agreement with the Afghan government, according to which diplomatic staff and other high-ranking Afghan officials will receive diplomatic training online.
The report adds that Afghanistan has already signed another contract with the Ministry of Defense of India, following which a group of Afghan military officers were trained in India, and the second group of these officers is still engaged in training.
The Afghan rulers has not yet confirmed or denied the reports of signing military and diplomatic agreements with India, but earlier Mullah Muhammad Yaqoob, the Minister of Defense of the Afghan government, asked India to open its embassy in Kabul after establishing diplomatic relations. Defense and military relations should also be established between the two sides.