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India, UK committed to stop Afghanistan from becoming terror haven

New Delhi/London, Sep 1 (UNI) India and the UK are committed to stop Afghanistan from becoming a terror haven, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Wednesday after talks with Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar.
Raab, in a tweet, said they discussed how the two countries can work together to support the people of Afghanistan.
“Good to talk with Foreign Minister @DrSJaishankar today to discuss how UK & India can work together to support the people of Afghanistan. We are committed to stopping Afghanistan becoming a terrorist haven, responding to the humanitarian plight, and safeguarding regional stability,” he said.
Earlier, Jaishankar in a tweet said that their conversation focused on Afghanistan related developments.
“Nice speaking again to UK Foreign Secretary @DominicRaab. Conversation focused on Afghanistan related developments,” he tweeted.
This was the second time they were speaking after August 25, when too their discussion had focused on Afghanistan.
The British government is in talks with the Taliban to secure safe passage for the remaining British nationals and eligible Afghan evacuees and has launched ‘Operation Warm Welcome’ for refugees from Afghanistan, according to Downing Street.

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