Moscow asks the Taliban an integrating government

The Russians sat back on Wednesday to the table with his old enemy of the 1980s. The Taliban went to the Russian capital in search of backup although they know

Moscow asks the Taliban an integrating government

The Russians sat back on Wednesday to the table with his old enemy of the 1980s. The Taliban went to the Russian capital in search of backup although they know that Russia is not yet willing to officially recognize them as a government. Representatives from 10 countries in the region participated in the Moscow negotiations, as well as a high-level delegation of the Taliban. The new Afghan leaders ensure that they have already fulfilled all the necessary conditions for the international community to recognize them as legitimate Afghanistan authorities. . The countries participating in the meeting spoke in favor of continuing to close their interaction with the new Afghan Government, said Deputy Prime Minister, Abdul Salam Hanafi, who already led talks with the European Union and the United States last week. Taliban. They assure that they have demonstrated with facts that the country's territory will not be used against other states. Moscow wants to see that they respect neighboring borders and do not destabilize their partners from Asia Central. The meeting focused on the political and military situation of Afghanistan and the formation of an inclusive government in that country: two aspects in which Russia prefers to wait and see . The Taliban movement was made with the power when entering Kabul on August 15 enduring two decades of conflict armed with the government supported by the United States and other NATO countries. Evenue Moscow was always critical with the western approach, now Find again with the Nearly Islamist too close to your borders. Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed concern about the possible instability that the Taliban regime could bring to the region in general and the possibility that Islamists infiltrate in the former Soviet republics of Central Asia, which Moscow considers strategic allies. For that reason Russia has carried out military exercises in Tajikistan and reinforced the armament at its military base in that country after the power outcome of the radicals. But for the future Russia looks for a new diplomatic leadership in Afghanistan. Although Moscow is not yet willing to recognize the Taliban Government, he wants to control the process together with other countries such as China and Pakistan, which also participate in these negotiations. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Lavrov, said at the Conference on this Wednesday in Moscow that The Kremlin recognizes the "efforts" of the Taliban to try to stabilize the situation in Afghanistan since they assumed power. But Moscow wants Taliban to form a government that includes "not only all the ethnic groups but all political forces" in Afghanistan in order to achieve a stable peace in the country. Russia needs to think long-term, and the plans of the new Afghan Power are still not entirely clear. It is concerned about the focus they have with drug crops and their trade, and also their attitude towards the Islamic State. In total at the conference, officials such as India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The United States said it would not join this round, but I planned to do it in the future. The appointment served for Moscow to show that it is the new referee in the area. Unlike many other countries, Russia has not evacuated its embassy in Kabul and its ambassador has maintained regular contact with the Taliban in recent months.

Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 23:33

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