New Delhi: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday called up Prime Minister Narendra Modi and “strongly condemned” Sunday`s cross-border terror attack in Uri and conveyed his country`s solidarity with India in the fight against terror.
“President Ghani strongly condemned the cross-border terror attack and conveyed Afghanistan`s solidarity and support with India against all actions to eliminate the threat of terrorism,” the Prime Minister`s Office said in a statement.
“President Ghani expressed his condolences to the families of the martyred soldiers,” it said.
Modi thanked Ghani for Afghanistan`s support, it added.
Ghani was in New Delhi last week during which he held talks with Modi.
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