Abdullah Abdullah went to India to attend the second business meeting
Abdullah Abdullah, the executive director of the Afghan National Unity government, went to India to attend the second trade summit. In a press release issued by the executive directorate’s press office, the chief executive of the country went to Mumbai, India to attend the second trade-economic conference on investment and trade between India and Afghanistan.
The newsletter says the International Trade and Investment Fair between India and Afghanistan will be held in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development USAID for four days. Sayed Mojtaba Ahmadi, first deputy of political director for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told the media a few days ago that nearly 1,000 domestic and international companies would be invited to the meeting. 600 Indian and Afghan investors and 100 other investors from different countries will participate in the exhibition. The meeting will focus on investment and export growth in Afghanistan.
The first round of the trade and investment forum meeting was held during the last year in the city of Delhi, India, which sold more than $ 10 million worth of domestic products to the exhibition.