Over 500 projects were carried out between India and Afghanistan, MoS Muraleedharan informed the Lok Sabha.

India has been part of a development partnership with Afghanistan that includes more than 500 initiatives spread across each of the countrys 34 provinces . The Islamic Emirates Ministry of Urban Development and Housing announced in November that India could restart 20 projects in Afghanistan that have stalled .

New Delhi (India) – November 9: India has been part of a development partnership with Afghanistan that includes more than 500 initiatives spread across each of the country's 34 provinces in critical areas, according to Union Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan, who said on Friday that India has been part of a development partnership with Afghanistan that includes more than 500 initiatives in the areas of power, water supply, road connectivity, education, agriculture, and capacity building.According to a press release published by the Ministry of External Affairs, the overwhelming majority of the initiatives undertaken by the Government of India in Afghanistan have been completed and handed over, Muraleedharan said in response to questions raised in Lok Sabha.According to the statement, he said the vast majority of the projects promised by the Indian government in Afghanistan have been completed and handed over.In response to the question of whether the India-Afghanistan strategic partnership agreement was signed in the year 2011, MoS Muraleedharan said that India and Afghanistan signed the Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) in Oct 2011.

According to Tolo News, the ministry's charge daffaires, Bharat Kumar, expressed Indias interest in strengthening relations and the resumption of Delhis projects in Afghanistan.The ministry said in a meeting with the Minister of Urban Development and Housing, Hamdullah Nomani.Kumar made the remarks at a meeting in Kabul with Hamdullah Nomani, the Minister of Urban Development and Housing.On its Twitter page, the Ministry said that acting Minister Mawlavi Hamdullah Nomani had urged the Indian business community to continue supporting these initiatives while also creating jobs opportunities and boosting economic growth in Afghanistan.

He asked the Indian government to clarify its position on the incomplete initiatives as well.

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