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Mohammad Ashraf Ghani President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan at the invitation of Indian Prime Minister left Kabul this morning at the head of a senior government delegation for New Delhi the capital of India.


 According to report of presidential press office to BNA, President Ghani during his two day official visit will meet with Narendra Modi Prime Minister, Paranab Mukerji Indian President, a number of high-ranking governmental authorities of the country and Afghan traders, investors and students, who living there.
 Mr. Ghani at the sideline of his trip will deliver speech in Indian Institute of Defense Studies and Analyses addressed to General, embassies living there, professors and students and will explain Afghanistan perspectives in different fields, particularly fighting against terrorism and extremism.    
 Salahuddin Rabbani minister of foreign affairs, Mohammad Hanif Atmar advisor of National Directorate Security, Eklil Hakimi minister of finance, Abdul Satar Murad minister of economy, Mohammadullah Batash minister of transportation, Nader Naderi senior advisor of president and Mohammad Haroon Chakhansori spokesman of presidential palace are accompanying him in the visit.