Kabul, Mar 2: The first trilateral meeting between Afghanistan, India, and China headed by Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Idrees Zaman was held here on Saturday.
According to an official source here the meeting was attended by official representatives from India and China.
Deputy Minister Zaman said "both countries India and China" have been "old friends to Afghanistan" and good neighbors as well.
He said the three countries should further focus on training civil and military personnel, mining, increased energy production, agriculture and transportation development and regional connectivity.
The meeting also discussed about the need to establish joint chamber of commerce between the three countries, the source said.
The Indian and Chinese representatives appreciated Afghanistan's contribution in holding the meeting and added that their respective countries are ready for necessary cooperation in the mentioned areas. (UNI)