"Human tragedy can happen if attention is not paid to the Afghanistan situation," he said, adding that half of Afghanistan's population can suffer from food shortage.
Currently, Pakistan only allows Afghanistan to export goods to India but doesn't allow any other two-way trade through the border crossing.
Afghanistan's banking system is severely disrupted, creating massive cash shortages across the country, and the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, the statement said.
The Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan voiced concern over the deteriorating socio-economic and humanitarian situation in that country.
NSA Ajit Doval on Wednesday chaired the NSA level meet on Afghanistan where his counterparts from five Central Asian countries attended.
According to the channel, the US dollar is the widespread medium of exchange in Afghanistan's markets.
The Pakistan government is facing challenges from the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan that are from the Deobandi section of Islam and from Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan.
Prime Minister Modi, in his first in-person meeting with his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi pointed out that the root causes of the problems in Afghanistan were really had to be looked into.
The televised event saw Mohammad Yaqoob, Afghanistan's new defence minister, appealing to local businessmen to invest in hospitals and clinics, signalling the Taliban are emerging from the shadows.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks with the acting Deputy Prime Minister of Taliban's interim administration Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in the Qatari capital of Doha on Monday.
Journalists saw the Taliban authorities allowing the women to walk freely for around an hour and a half till one foreign journalist was struck with the butt of a rifle by one Taliban fighter.
The evacuation, especially of women footballers, was necessitated by Taliban's takeover of the strife-torn country in August this year.
US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi were among those dialling in to the meeting hosted by Italy.
There were strong reservations in different countries that the interim government was not inclusive as promised by the Taliban earlier.
The letter, dated September 7, has been written by Afghanistan's acting aviation minister Alhaj Hameedullah Akhunzada and is addressed to the aviation body's chief Arun Kumar.