In response to the situation in Afghanistan, India has called for more regional cooperation


At a regional conference on security in Central Asia, Iran, and Russia, India urged for more collaboration and dialogue on Afghanistan to develop a plan to cope with the Taliban and a rising humanitarian catastrophe.
Pakistan, which has emerged as an important actor in Afghanistan and is determined to restrict any potential Indian influence, has declined to attend the summit, accusing New Delhi of being a “spoiler.”
China also declined to attend the Delhi Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan, citing other obligations.
In a statement released on Wednesday (Nov 10), the security czars of Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and India expressed “deep concern” for the Afghan people. They stated that Afghanistan’s territory should not be used to shelter, train, plan, or finance terrorist acts. They denounced the most recent terrorist assaults in Afghanistan. They also emphasized the importance of building an open and genuinely inclusive government and protecting women’s, children’s, and minority rights.
“We’ve all been keeping a close eye on what’s going on in that country. These have far-reaching ramifications not just for Afghanistan’s citizens but also for the country’s neighbors and the region. “In his opening remarks at the conference, India’s National Security Adviser Ajit Doval said:
“Now is the moment for intensive dialogue among us… and collaboration among regional nations,” said the president.


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