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Jaswant to witness swearing in of Karzai govt

Reflecting India's commitment to forge close ties with the new Afghan regime, External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh will undertake a day's visit to Kabul on Saturday to witness the swearing in of the Hamid Karzai government and reopening of the Indian mission closed since 1996.

Singh is likely to interact with interim administration chief Hamid Karzai and other Afghan leaders during his brief stay in Kabul.

A string of Afghan leaders, including Interior Minister Younus Qanooni and Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah, have been in Delhi in recent weeks for consultations with the Indian leadership.

India, while supporting establishment of a broad-based, multi-ethnic government in Afghanistan, has offered all possible assistance for the reconstruction of the war-ravaged country.

Singh will be accompanied by government's special envoy on Afghanistan S K Lambah and Arun Singh, joint secretary in the external affairs ministry.

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