"The shadow of terror haunts our children, women and youth. Terror must be confronted and must be overcome,'' Mr Ghani declared at a joint press conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi's Hyderabad House. "We must be united both in region and globally to continue this phenomenon,'' he added.
"We share Afghanistan's pain over persisting terrorism and extremist violence that destroy lives and derail progress. We have a shared interest in the success of an Afghan-led and owned process, within the framework of the Afghan Constitution," PM Modi said in his opening remarks.
Mr Ghani, who has already visited China and Pakistan, said he had established a rapport with PM Modi when the two met at the conference of SAARC or the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation in Nepal last year.
India has gifted Afghanistan three helicopters and is ready to sign a bilateral motor vehicle pact to allow vehicles from both sides to traverse each other's countries. India is also pushing the Chabahar Port project, a tripartite transit agreement involving India, Afghanistan and Iran centred around the Iranian port of Chabahar.
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