India to Reopen Medical Mission in Kabul

    India will reopen the medical mission in Kabul, Afghanistan, that it suspended following a terror strike on Feb. 26, the Hindu Times reports. The paper quoted India’s National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon, who recently concluded a two-day mission to Afghanistan.

    Menon emphasized that India will remain engaged in humanitarian and development projects in Afghanistan but is planning to adjust how future projects will be conducted, according to the Hindu Times. Menon did not elaborate.

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