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US State Department spokesman Ned Price said the US would not participate in the “negotiations on Afghanistan” organized by Russia on October 20.

US State Department spokesman Ned Price
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Russia has called an important meeting regarding the current situation in Afghanistan. Russia has also invited the US delegation to participate in the ‘Moscow Format’ talks to be held on October 20. Russia has also invited Taliban representatives to the meeting. This will be the first meeting since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan in August.

America refuses to join talks
The US said it would not participate in the talks on Afghanistan announced by Russia, which would include China and Pakistan, two other major countries. The State Department blamed logistical issues, but said the US considers the Russian-led forum “constructive”.

“We look forward to joining that forum going forward, but we are not in a position to participate this week,” US State Department spokesman Ned Price told reporters on Monday.

Russian envoy Zamir Kabulov announced the four-nation talks in Moscow on Friday, saying their goal would be to “work on a normalcy in view of the changing situation in Afghanistan”.

US condemns attack on Hindus in Bangladesh
The US has condemned the attacks on the minority Hindu community in Bangladesh. State Department spokesman Ned Price said that ‘freedom of religion or belief is a human right. Every person around the world, regardless of their religious affiliation or belief, should feel safe and supported to celebrate with enthusiasm.’

The spokesperson said the US condemns the recent reports of attacks on the Hindu community in Bangladesh.

Foreign ministers of four countries held virtual meeting
The Afghanistan crisis and the changing political equations of Central Asia have prompted countries to forge a new kind of strategy and partnership. In order to secure their interests in the region, the countries of the world are moving towards forming new groups. Meanwhile, a virtual meeting of the foreign ministers of the US, India, Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) took place on Monday.

At the end of the meeting, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that this is a grouping of four countries, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Israel and India, in which we share many interests. The meeting was an opportunity for the ministers to discuss a range of subjects.

Ned Price said the meeting discussed a whole range of issues, including the expansion of economic and political cooperation in related areas, including discussions on climate change, energy cooperation and maritime security.

Jaishankar attended the virtual meeting
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday attended a virtual meeting with his counterparts from Israel, the US and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The purpose of this meeting was to increase mutual cooperation.

Israel’s Foreign Ministry said Jaishankar, who is on his maiden visit, attended a virtual meeting with Israel’s Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Sources said that during this discussion on economic cooperation, climate change, strengthening people-to-people ties and coordinated efforts to deal with Kovid-19 were discussed.

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Russia has called an important meeting regarding the current situation in Afghanistan. Russia has also invited the US delegation to participate in the ‘Moscow Format’ talks to be held on October 20. Russia has also invited Taliban representatives to the meeting. This will be the first meeting since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan in August.

America refuses to join talks

The US said it would not participate in the talks on Afghanistan announced by Russia, which would include China and Pakistan, two other major countries. The State Department blamed logistical issues, but said the US considers the Russian-led forum “constructive”.

“We look forward to joining that forum going forward, but we are not in a position to participate this week,” US State Department spokesman Ned Price told reporters on Monday.

Russian envoy Zamir Kabulov announced the four-nation talks in Moscow on Friday, saying their goal would be to “work on a normalcy in view of the changing situation in Afghanistan”.

US condemns attack on Hindus in Bangladesh

The US has condemned the attacks on the minority Hindu community in Bangladesh. State Department spokesman Ned Price said that ‘freedom of religion or belief is a human right. Every person around the world, regardless of their religious affiliation or belief, should feel safe and supported to celebrate with enthusiasm.’

The spokesperson said the US condemns the recent reports of attacks on the Hindu community in Bangladesh.

Foreign ministers of four countries held virtual meeting

The Afghanistan crisis and the changing political equations of Central Asia have prompted countries to forge a new kind of strategy and partnership. In order to secure their interests in the region, the countries of the world are moving towards forming new groups. Meanwhile, a virtual meeting of the foreign ministers of the US, India, Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) took place on Monday.

At the end of the meeting, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that this is a grouping of four countries, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Israel and India, in which we share many interests. The meeting was an opportunity for the ministers to discuss a range of subjects.

Ned Price said the meeting discussed a whole range of issues, including the expansion of economic and political cooperation in related areas, including discussions on climate change, energy cooperation and maritime security.

Jaishankar attended the virtual meeting

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday attended a virtual meeting with his counterparts from Israel, the US and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The purpose of this meeting was to increase mutual cooperation.

Israel’s Foreign Ministry said Jaishankar, who is on his maiden visit, attended a virtual meeting with Israel’s Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Sources said that during this discussion on economic cooperation, climate change, strengthening people-to-people ties and coordinated efforts to deal with Kovid-19 were discussed.

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