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Afghanisthan invited for second India-Uzbekistan-Iran trilateral meet on Chabahar

DNA Thursday, 24 December 2020
Chabahar has been a key connectivity project by India towards its west and has been providing connectivity via Iran to Afghanistan and beyond.
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