NEW DELHI, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) -- India, the United States and Afghanistan have held a vice-ministerial level trilateral meeting in the Indian capital on the situation in the country and on how to launch development projects, reported local daily The Tribune Wednesday.
Y.K. Sinha, additional secretary in charge of Afghanistan of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Jawed Ludin and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Robert Blake, led their respective delegations to Tuesday's meeting.
The fight against terrorism and violent extremism and regional trade and investment were also among the topics of their discussion, said the newspaper.
Sinha told the media that this meeting provided useful opportunity to state views on broad based subjects which are critical for transition and transformation underway in Afghanistan as the NATO is ready to pull out by 2014.
He added that India, U.S. and Afghanistan share the common vision for a peaceful, stable, democratic and prosperous Afghanistan.