He is set to meet with governors of northern provinces to assess and discuss security situation in those provinces, according to a statement by National Security Council.
President Ghani’s security adviser will also praise Afghan forces’ achievements.
His visit comes as country gripped with decades-long war is still witnessing high levels of violence amid peace efforts of the negotiators from the government and the Taliban.
Representatives of the Afghan government and the Taliban began the second round of peace negotiations Saturday last week. Since then, they have held some meetings to prepare the agenda.
According to sources, some members of the Islamic Republic and of the Taliban negotiating teams were not yet in Doha.Follow TKG on Twitter & Facebook