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Discussion On Afghanistan: China Will Participate In Pakistan S Meeting Today, Had Avoided India S Meeting

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After a meeting of the national security advisers-security representatives of Russia and Iran in addition to five Central Asian countries held on Wednesday, the manifesto reiterated that humanitarian aid should be provided in a free, direct and assured manner and without discrimination. The commitment to help to stop the spread of corona was also reiterated.

China, which has distanced itself from the meeting on Wednesday led by India, will participate in the meeting on Afghanistan led by Pakistan on Thursday. Pakistan has called a meeting of diplomats of the US, Russia and China on the crisis in Afghanistan under the name The Troika Plus.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said, China supports Pakistan in this meeting. We support every effort to build a global consensus to restore peace in Afghanistan. In this meeting, Special Diplomat for Afghanistan Affairs Yu Jia Yong will participate in this meeting.

Delhi Declaration: A consensus was reached in the meeting of National Security Advisors
On the other hand, after the meeting of the national security advisers-security representatives of Russia and Iran in addition to five countries of Central Asia held on Wednesday, the declaration reiterated that humanitarian aid should be provided in a free, direct and assured manner and there will be no discrimination. The commitment to help to stop the spread of corona was also reiterated.

In line with India’s concerns, all eight countries advocated the creation of an open and truly inclusive government that represented the will and society of all the people of Afghanistan. Care should be taken that the fundamental rights of women, children and minority communities are not violated. The manifesto calls for the involvement of all sections of society in the administrative and political structure of government and governance in Afghanistan as part of the national reconciliation process.

Underlined the fears of the past
India in its manifesto has also outlined the apprehensions and concerns raised in the past. After the return of Taliban in Afghanistan, India has been warning the world from the very beginning on many important issues including the shelter of terrorism. There has also been a demand for a joint policy regarding Afghanistan. After this, India introduced the policy by taking initiative in this direction through the NSA meeting, on which five countries of Central Asia including Russia, Iran have agreed. Expressed concern over the deteriorating socio-economic and humanitarian situation in Afghanistan and stressed the need to provide immediate humanitarian assistance to the people there. Bureau

meeting PM Modi
After the meeting, national security advisors-security representatives of five countries of Central Asia, Russia and Iran met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During this meeting in the presence of NSA Doval and Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, he was apprised about Wednesday’s meeting.

Agreed on next meeting in 2022
The National Security Advisors of the countries involved in the meeting thanked India for the meeting. Also, agreed to hold the next round of meeting in 2022.

Taliban said – we are optimistic
Are optimistic about the meeting in India. This will certainly increase understanding on the current situation in Afghanistan. -Zabihullah Mujahid, Spokesperson, Taliban

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China, which has distanced itself from the meeting on Wednesday led by India, will participate in the meeting on Afghanistan led by Pakistan on Thursday. Pakistan has called a meeting of diplomats of the US, Russia and China on the crisis in Afghanistan under the name The Troika Plus.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said, China supports Pakistan in this meeting. We support every effort to build a global consensus to restore peace in Afghanistan. In this meeting, Special Diplomat for Afghanistan Affairs Yu Jia Yong will participate in this meeting.

Delhi Declaration: A consensus was reached in the meeting of National Security Advisors

On the other hand, after the meeting of the national security advisers-security representatives of Russia and Iran in addition to five countries of Central Asia held on Wednesday, the declaration reiterated that humanitarian aid should be provided in a free, direct and assured manner and there will be no discrimination. The commitment to help to stop the spread of corona was also reiterated.

In line with India’s concerns, all eight countries advocated the creation of an open and truly inclusive government that represented the will and society of all the people of Afghanistan. Care should be taken that the fundamental rights of women, children and minority communities are not violated. The manifesto calls for the involvement of all sections of society in the administrative and political structure of government and governance in Afghanistan as part of the national reconciliation process.

Underlined the fears of the past

India in its manifesto has also outlined the apprehensions and concerns raised in the past. After the return of Taliban in Afghanistan, India has been warning the world from the very beginning on many important issues including the shelter of terrorism. There has also been a demand for a joint policy regarding Afghanistan. After this, India introduced the policy by taking initiative in this direction through the NSA meeting, on which five countries of Central Asia including Russia, Iran have agreed. Expressed concern over the deteriorating socio-economic and humanitarian situation in Afghanistan and stressed the need to provide immediate humanitarian assistance to the people there. Bureau

meeting PM Modi

After the meeting, national security advisors-security representatives of five countries of Central Asia, Russia and Iran met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During this meeting in the presence of NSA Doval and Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, he was apprised about Wednesday’s meeting.

Agreed on next meeting in 2022

The National Security Advisors of the countries involved in the meeting thanked India for the meeting. Also, agreed to hold the next round of meeting in 2022.

Taliban said – we are optimistic

Are optimistic about the meeting in India. This will certainly increase understanding on the current situation in Afghanistan. -Zabihullah Mujahid, Spokesperson, Taliban

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