India mulls reopening embassy in Kabul
India is exploring the possibility of reopening its embassy in Afghanistan, but without high-level diplomatic representation, an Indian newspaper reported on Tuesday.
A team of Indian security officials visited Kabul in February to assess the situation, the Indian Express reported.
The paper said that the embassy will likely function only with personnel for liaison purposes that may extend to consular services.
India, like many other countries, closed its embassy in Kabul after the Islamic Emirate took over Afghanistan on August 15 last year.
Pakistan, China, Russia and Iran were the only countries that did not close their embassies in Kabul during the takeover.
Some 16 countries have now reopened their embassies in Kabul.The post India mulls reopening embassy in Kabul first appeared on Ariana News.
Source: Ariana News