Afghanistan thanks India for donating 75,000 MT wheat amid pandemic

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Published: November 5,2020 10:02 AM
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November 5, 2020: Tahir Qadiry, Afghan Charge d'Affaires has thanked India for completing the donation of 75,000 metric tonnes of wheat during the period of April to September amid the COVID-19 pandem

November 5, 2020: Tahir Qadiry, Afghan Charge d'Affaires has thanked India for completing the donation of 75,000 metric tonnes of wheat during the period of April to September amid the COVID-19 pandemic.



“Would like to express immense gratitude to India on completing the donation of 75,000 MT of wheat in 10 installments during April-Sept to beef up food security, especially during the #COVID__19 testing times. A friend in need is a friend indeed! Folded hands



@IndianEmbKabul @MEAIndia,” Qadiry wrote on Twitter.



The Afghan ambassador also expressed gratitude to all the dignitaries, military attaches, and senior Indian authorities who visited the Embassy here to condemn the recent Kabul University attack.



"Express heartfelt gratitude to all the ambassadors, dignitaries, military attaches, and senior Indian authorities who, in past 2 days, visited the Embassy or sent note verbales, mails or called to condemn the barbaric Kabul University attack," Tahir wrote in a subsequent tweet.