Meet on Afghanistan: Doval calls for greater cooperation to enhance collective security


Appeal to national security advisers from seven countries who have gathered in New Delhi to discuss the situation in Afghanistan After the Taliban seized power in India’s NSA, Ajit Doval called for “closer cooperation and engagement” to help the Afghan people and strengthen “collective security.”

“Events in Afghanistan have important implications not only for the people of this country, but also for its neighbors and the region,” Doval said, according to PTI. “I am confident that our discussions will contribute to helping the Afghan people and enhance our collective security.”

As part of India’s Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan on Wednesday, representatives from seven countries will discuss the unfolding situation in Afghanistan and the main problems it faces since the Taliban came to power. Rear Admiral Ali Shamkhani (Iran), Nikolai Patrushev (Russia), Karim Massimov (Kazakhstan), Marat Mukanovich Imankulov (Kyrgyzstan), Nasrullo Rakhmatjon Makhmudzoda (Tajikistan), Charymyrat Kakalyevich Amavov (Turkmenistan) and Viktor Makhmudov (Uzbekistan) are participating. …

Participants will also meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and hold bilateral meetings on the sidelines.

“The socio-economic situation is deteriorating,” says the chairman of the National Security Committee of Kazakhstan.

Karim Massimov, Chairman of the National Security Committee of Kazakhstan, noted the impending economic and humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.

“We are concerned about the current situation in Afghanistan,” he said, ANI reported. “The social and economic situation of Afghans is deteriorating. and the country is in a humanitarian crisis; necessary to increase humanitarian aid. “

“An inclusive government can solve the migration crisis,” says Iran’s National Security Council secretary.

Highlighting the migration crisis Afghanistan is facing today, Rear Admiral Ali Shamkhani, Secretary of Iran’s National Security Council, said that a solution can only be found with the formation of an “inclusive government” and the participation of all ethnic groups.

“As a neighbor, we are ready to help the Afghan people,” says the NSA of Tajikistan.

Since Tajikistan shares a border with Afghanistan, the country is ready to help the affected Afghan people in any way possible, said Nasrullo Rahmatjon Mahmudzoda, secretary of the Tajik Security Council.

However, the country’s proximity to Afghanistan also increases the risk of terrorism and drug trafficking, he added. “The situation on the Tajik-Afghan border remains difficult,” he said, ANI reported.

“The situation in our region is very difficult because of the Afghan terrorist organizations,” says the Kyrgyz NSA.

“This is a very difficult situation in our region and around the world; this concerns terrorist organizations in Afghanistan, ”said Marat M. Imankulov, Secretary of the Security Council of Kyrgyzstan.

Pakistan and China refused to negotiate.


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