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New Delhi, Sep 18: India and China have a shared interest in having a peaceful, stable and prosperous Afghanistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here Thursday. He said he had a “good talk” with Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is on a three-day official visit to India. The two agreed to strengthen strategic dialogue between India and China. Also Read - Afghanistan: 3 Bombs Explode Outside Jail Compound in Jalalabad, 20 Injured

“We agreed that there is a need for a peaceful, stable and prosperous Afghanistan,” Modi said, adding India and China would enhance cooperation to tackle the challenges of extremism and terrorism. Also Read - China Proposes 4-Point Action Plan to Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal; Defends WHO Over COVID-19 Crisis

“We will also strengthen cooperation on shared issues of international interest,” Modi said.