India and China are jointly working on a program to train Afghan police officers in Ghaziabad in the Delhi/NCR region.
Under the trilateral cooperation between India, Afghanistan and China, a capacity building programme for a team of 10 senior Afghan National Police officers started in India on February 17, 2020, at Central Detective Training Institute (CDTI), Ghaziabad. The programme is specially focussed on the various aspects of Community Policing, the statement read.
The training is taking place at Detective Training Institute (CDTI), Ghaziabad, according to a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs issued on its website dated February 18.
A similar programme aimed at training Afghan diplomats took place at the Foreign Service Institute in November last year, the statement further revealed. The programme is aimed at further strengthening India and China collaboration on Afghanistan. A similar joint programme for Afghan diplomats was held at Foreign Service Institute in November 2019.