Pajhwok Services

Photo Service

SMS News Service

Pajhwok combines its expertise and experience in news reporting with a telecom firm and thus reach a wider audience in an 
effective way.

To subscribe: 
English News Update : Send 83 to 824
Dari News Update : Send 84 to 824
Pashto News Update : Send 85 to 824

Election Coverage

Special Mining Page

Afghan Peace Process Special Page

Addvertise With Pajhwok

Daily Newsletter

Sending Time (GMT / Kabul time)

Suggest a Story

Pajhwok is interested in your story suggestions. Please tell us your thoughts by clicking here.

Modi asks world to help Kabul combat terror

Modi asks world to help Kabul combat terror

Jul 16, 2014 - 11:27

FORTALEZA (Pajhwok): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is currently attending the BRICS summit in Brazil, has called upon the worldinfo-icon to unite to help Afghanistaninfo-icon fight the forces of terrorism and build a peaceful nation.

Speaking on "Political Coordination: International Governance & Regional Crises" at the sixth BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit, Modi said: "Afghanistan is facing an uncertain future."

The Afghan people had suffered for decades, he noted, saying the global fraternity must unite to support them in building a peaceful, stable, democratic and prosperous country.
He added: "We must help Afghanistan fight the forces of terrorism. This is important for it to preserve the progress it has made in the last decade." India would continue to assist Afghanistan in building its capacity in governance, security and economic development, he reiterated.

Modi said the region stretching from Afghanistan to Africa was experiencing turbulence and conflict. "This is causing grave instability that is fast seeping across borders. This impacts us all. Remaining mute spectators to countries being torn up in this manner can have grave consequences."



Related Article

Download “Pajhwok” mobile App, on your smartphone to read and access latest news, features, interviews, videos and photos about Afghanistan.


Add new comment


Twitter Update