India sends a technical team to the Kabul Embassy

An Indian technical team has arrived in Kabul to monitor the delivery of humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan . The team has been stationed in the Indian Embassy there to monitor the delivery of humanitarian assistance .

New Delhi, India, June 24: An Indian technical team has arrived in Kabul on Thursday and has been stationed in the Indian Embassy there, according to a press release from the Ministry of External Affairs.The mission said that an Indian technical team has arrived in Kabul today and has been stationed in our Embassy there in order to closely monitor and manage the efforts of various actors involved in the effective delivery of humanitarian assistance.India has a close illustrative and civil relationship with the Afghan people.Recently, an Indian team visited Kabul to monitor the delivery of our humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan and met with senior Taliban leaders.An assessment of the security situation was also carried out during the visit, according to MEA.

On Thursday, the first shipment of Indias earthquake relief assistance arrived in Kabul, assisting Afghanistan.The Indian team has given the consignment to the Afghan nationals impacted by the earthquake, which will be followed by another shipment.Kabul is the first shipment of Indias earthquake relief money to the Afghan population.The Indian squad takes them to the stadium in the hopes of getting them a card.

On Wednesday, an earthquake of magnitude 6.1 wreaked havoc on Afghanistan and Pakistan, killing more than 1000 people.The earthquake struck in the early hours of this morning near the city of Khost in Afghanistan's southeastern region, with the most affected areas being in Spera District in Khost Province, and Barmala, Ziruk, Naka, and Gayan districts in Paktika Province.India said it is committed to providing assistance and assistance in this time of crisis, as US-led international forces pulled out of Afghanistan after two decades of conflict.According to a UN agency, the region has asked humanitarian agencies to assist with relief operations.