Afghan government's top negotiator Abdullah Abdullah will be visiting India from October 6 for four days.
As the Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, he represents the Afghan govt in talks with the Taliban, which started in September in Doha.
According to the report, this is his first visit to New Delhi in the current position and he is expected to meet top officials of the Indian government.
In earlier, Joint Secretary, PAI or Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iran division of Ministry of External Affairs, JP Singh had met Abdullah on the sidelines of the Intra Afghan ceremony on September 12 in Doha.
At the ceremony, India's External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar had said, “Interests of minorities, women and vulnerable sections of society must be preserved and the issue of violence across the country and its neighborhood has to be effectively addressed.”
India was present along with around 30 countries at the ceremony.