India is concerned about its interests after the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, it has got major diplomatic success in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). A resolution on Afghanistan has been passed under the chairmanship of India, which covers the major concerns related to the war-torn country after its occupation by the Taliban. India played an active role in passing this resolution.
People with knowledge of the matter said that UNSC resolution 2593 addresses India’s major concerns regarding Afghanistan. He said that India played an active role in ensuring that it is passed.
He said India was in constant touch with key UNSC members on the matter over the past few days and the matter was also discussed during External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s phone conversation with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
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The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) chaired by India has passed a resolution demanding that the territory of Afghanistan should not be used to threaten any country or harbor terrorists.
The resolution hoped that the Taliban would abide by its commitments to allow Afghans and all foreign nationals to leave the country in a safe and orderly manner.
A total of 13 countries, including India, supported the proposal presented by France, the UK and the US. Not a single vote was cast in opposition. However, Russia and China, which have veto power, did not participate in the voting. Both these countries seem to be forming a strong alliance with the Taliban.