It will also help Indian businessmen and students in central Asian countries,” according to a source privy to the information.
The proposal was made during the second India-Central Asia National Security Advisors meeting in Kazakhstan.
Peace talks at Jeddah were attended by top officials from 40 nations.
The National Security Advisor, referring to the impact of the Ukraine conflict, said the whole world, especially the Global South is bearing the brunt of the situation.
During the meeting, the National Security Advisor conveyed that the situation along the Line of Actual Control in the Western Sector of the India-China border since 2020 has eroded strategic trust.
India has maintained that the bilateral relationship with Beijing cannot be normal unless there is peace in the border area.
Doval also threw light on the fact that despite having around 200 million Muslims, the involvement of Indian citizens in global terrorism has been incredibly low.
India and the UK also agreed to enhance cooperation to address violent extremism and radicalism. They reiterated that there can be no justification for violent extremism.
British authorities have assured India of doing whatever it takes to rein in these extremist elements.
In light of the recent mercenary rebellion in Russia, Security Council Secretary, Nikolai Patrushev appraised NSA Doval of the situation and also sought possible solutions.
Andrii Yermak emphasised the need to involve the widest possible range of countries, including the Global South, in this event,” a statement said.