KABUL: (MEP) – A high level Indian delegation led by external ministry’s secretary general, S.K. Sinha had visited southern Kandahar province, an official said Tuesday.
Spokesman for the provincial governor, Jawid Faisal said in a statement that the delegation in its two-day visit met with the governor and congratulated him for the recent achievements in the province.
The delegation also visited different provincial sectors and received inclusive information about the security and developments in the province, where it called the main aim was a closely assessment of the situation.
On its consulate office, Sinha said the place, where the building had located was unsuitable asking for shifting the office to a diploidic zone, with Governor Toryalay Wisa assuring that a diplomatic site had been considered for the consulate office and could be shifted duly, the spokesman said in a statement.
The high level delegation also visited the national academy for agricultural sciences and technology built in Trang Form, where all preparation is taken for inauguration, according to the statement.
The Kandahar governor also pledged to soon asphalt the three km roads extended to the agriculture university headquarter, WNA reported.
Dr. Wisa said the academy with its seven zonal branches would train students for master and doctorate degrees, according to the statement.
The governor also asked the Indian delegation to take the issue of starting the Air-India with the organs concerned to start the flights.