3rd Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan

Published on November 13, 2021
Current Context: The 3rd Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan was hosted by India in New Delhi.
3rd Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan
  • The dialogue was chaired by the National security Advisor of India, Ajit Doval.
  • At the dialogue, the high-level participants from 8 countries were present.
  • The ‘Delhi Declaration’ was adopted by the participated nations.
  • The ‘Delhi Declaration’ aims to have a terror-free environment, inclusive government in Afghanistan.
  • The declaration is also known as ‘ Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan of National Security Advisers/ Secretaries of Security Council’.
  • The main objective of the dialogue was to motivate nations to take actions to stop the spread of terrorism, drug trafficking from Afghanistan and have the protection of women's rights in Afghanistan.
  • The nations assured that the territory of Afghanistan will not be utilized for sheltering, training, planning any terror-related activities.
  • They assured to have peace, security, unity, sovereignty, territorial integrity in Afghanistan.
  • They recalled the need for an inclusive government in Afghanistan.
  • Static Part: 
    • Capital of Afghanistan: Kabul
    • Currency of Afghanistan: Afghan Aghani


Q.1 Which country hosted the 3rd Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan?
a. Australia
b. Iran
c. India
d. Uzbekistan

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