India To Conduct Crash Course For Taliban

Taliban officials from Afghanistan will participate in a course by the Ministry of External Affairs which will be conducted by IIM-Kozhikode. This is being seen as a significant development in the Indo-Afghan relations under the Taliban.

The online course is a part of the extensive Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) programme under the foreign ministry and is open to nationals of various countries, including Afghanistan.

The programme – An Indian Immersion – will be held online from March 14 to March 17 and according to the ITEC website, it is designed for “cross-sectoral foreign delegates to develop a deeper understanding of India’s business environment, cultural heritage, and regulatory ecosystem”.

The ITEC, instituted in 1964, is one of the oldest and the leading capacity-building platforms by the MEA and its programmes have seen the enrollment of over 200,000 officials from more than 160 countries.

India To Conduct Crash Course For Taliban

According to Reuters, the Taliban has signed a breakthrough deal with Russia for discounted oil, gas, and wheat as a result of weeks of discussion in Moscow.

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