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Concerns over Taliban occupation of Afghanistan

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India and the countries of Central Asia have expressed concern over the current situation in Afghanistan. Eight countries met in Delhi on Wednesday to improve the situation there. India on Wednesday hosted a regional summit on Afghanistan to discuss the deteriorating situation in the neighboring country. The high-level summit was chaired by India’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval. Top security officials from Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan participated in the talks. NSA Ajit Doval called for closer consultation and greater cooperation among regional countries in the conference. Presiding over the eight-nation NSA-level meeting on Afghanistan in Delhi, he said, “We are all closely watching what is happening in Afghanistan.

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It has important implications not only for the people of Afghanistan, but also for its neighboring countries and the region.” Doval said that it is time for closer consultation and greater cooperation between the regional countries. The discussions will be fruitful and fruitful and contribute to helping the people of Afghanistan and enhancing our collective security. The eight countries that came together The eight countries reiterated their collective cooperation against the threat of radicalization, terrorism, separatism and drug trafficking in the region. The participating countries stressed the need to create an open and truly inclusive government that represents the will of all people of Afghanistan and represents all sections of their society and includes all sections of society in the administrative system. . Participating in the talks Charmirat Amanov, Secretary of the Security Council of Turkmenistan, said, “This meeting gives us an opportunity to find a solution to the current situation in Afghanistan and to establish peace in the region”, emphasizing the need to restore peace in the region. “To restore complete peace in Afghanistan and the region, we have to find a collective solution. This is possible only through joint efforts,” said Viktor Makhmudov, Secretary of the Security Council of Uzbekistan, at the meeting with Russia and Iran. Doval’s counterparts from Asian countries- Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan participated. AA/VK (With information from IANS)

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