Taliban’s influence in Afghanistan and Pakistan under suspicion, what is the reason

Taliban’s influence in Afghanistan and Pakistan under suspicion, what is the reason

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  • Taliban influence is growing rapidly in Afghanistan
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Taliban Pakistan:Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Friday used a regional conference in Tashkent to call an influx of foreign terrorists into Afghanistan to attack Pakistan and fail to do enough to influence the Taliban to seriously engage in peace talks. did. Pakistan’s strong criticism of Ghani came in the presence of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and leaders and representatives of several other countries.

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“Intelligence estimates indicate more than 10,000 jihadist fighters (in Afghanistan) from Pakistan and other locations last month,” Ghani told the conference on “Central and South Asia: Regional Connectivity, Challenges and Opportunities”. failed to live up to its promise to influence the Taliban to participate in and prevent cross-border movement of terrorists.The Taliban have been rapidly moving into Afghanistan over the past few weeks and occupying large parts of the country. The US has withdrawn most of its forces and aims to complete the withdrawal by August 31.

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Contrary to repeated assurances by Prime Minister Khan and his generals that Pakistan would not take over the Taliban in Afghanistan in Pakistan’s interest and in the absence of the use of force, the network would use its power to negotiate seriously with the Taliban. And organizations supporting the Taliban are openly celebrating the destruction of the property and capabilities of the Afghan people and the state,” Ghani said. He added that there is general consensus among credible international observers that the Taliban sever their ties with terrorist organizations. No action has been taken for

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Concerns grew for India

Ghani also referred to Taliban attacks in several parts of Afghanistan, saying the group was trying to starve Afghan cities. “Contrary to the announcements of their political office that they will not attack cities and provincial centres, they are intensifying their attacks and attempting to starve the cities,” he said. The Afghan president said his government was committed to the peace process. He said, “Therefore, we call on the Taliban to engage with the Afghan government to end the war and the devastating recent attack. At the same time, we call on Pakistan to use its influence and advantage for peace and an end to hostilities.” Invoke.

On Thursday, Jaishankar met Ghani on the sidelines of the conference and discussed the rapidly evolving situation in Afghanistan due to the Taliban’s rapid advance across the country following the withdrawal of US forces. The Taliban was ousted from power in 2001 by US-led forces. Now, as the US pulls back its troops, Taliban fighters are attempting to regain control of various parts of the country. India has been a major stakeholder in Afghanistan’s peace and stability. It has already invested around USD 3 billion in aid and reconstruction activities in the country.


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