PM Modi greets Afghanistan on its Independence Day
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday greeted Afghanistan on its 94th Independence Day and assured India`s full support to create a peaceful and prosperous nation.
"Independence Day greetings to the people of Afghanistan. India`s ties with Afghanistan are strong and will grow further in the coming years," said Modi in a tweet.
"India assures full support to govt and people of Afghanistan in their efforts to create a peaceful, united, democratic & prosperous nation," he added.
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