India Afghanistan: Amidst the withdrawal of foreign troops, the Taliban have captured a large part of Afghanistan. India has expressed concern over the increasing violence in the country. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said that who will rule there, it should not be ignored.
Foreign Minister spoke on Afghanistan (Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Afghanistan)
India on Situation of Afghanistan: Expressing concern over the escalating violence in Afghanistan, India on Friday called for an immediate reduction in bloodshed in the war-torn country and said the “legitimate aspect” of who should rule the country was important. It should not be ignored. External Affairs Minister S. In a joint press conference with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov, Jaishankar said, in response to a question, ‘Certainly we are worried about the incidents in Afghanistan.’
His remarks come as the Taliban have seized dozens of districts and are believed to control a third of the country in recent weeks in the wake of the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan by September 11. Jaishankar, who is on a three-day visit to Russia, said, ‘Our emphasis is that the violence should stop (India on Afghanistan’s Current Situation). Violence cannot be the solution to the situation in Afghanistan. After all, who rules Afghanistan is the legitimate aspect of it. I think it should not be ignored.
Sovereign committed to Afghanistan
He said, ‘For more than 30 years, international conferences, groups were formed, many frameworks were presented to discuss bringing peace and stability in Afghanistan (India Afghanistan Latest News). If we want peace in and around Afghanistan, it is important for India and Russia to work together to ensure that progress is maintained in the economic, social sphere. We are committed to building a free, sovereign and democratic Afghanistan.
Taliban delegation is also visiting
Interestingly, Jaishankar’s visit to Moscow comes at a time when a Taliban delegation is also visiting here on Thursday to assure that regional countries are not threatened by its increasing control over Afghanistan’s soil. (Taliban on Afghan Land). Taliban spokesman Mohammad Sohail Shaheen said his team had come to Moscow “to assure that we do not allow anyone to use Afghan territory to attack Russia or neighboring countries,” the Russian news agency ‘Taas’ reported. Will not allow.’
India closely monitoring
India, a major party to peace and stability in Afghanistan, is supporting the National Peace and Reconciliation Process (Peace Situation in Afghanistan). India has been closely monitoring the changing political situation there since the US signed a peace deal with the Taliban. India has said that it is committed to providing continuous support to Afghanistan during the transition.
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