Afghanistan disaster: NSA Ajit Doval holds talks with Russia’s Nikolai Patrushev | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: India and Russia on Tuesday mentioned prospects for launching a peaceable settlement course of primarily based on an intra-Afghan dialogue.
Both the nations agreed to coordinate the approaches of Russia and India in multilateral codecs on the Afghan settlement.
During the excessive-degree assembly between National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and his Russian counterpart Nikolai Patrushev in New Delhi, each side emphasised the necessity to stop escalation of violence in Afghanistan.
Doval and Patrushev additionally touched upon humanitarian and migration issues in Afghanistan, the Russian embassy mentioned in a press launch.
The assembly was a comply with-up assembly of the 2 international locations after the telephonic talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Vladimir Putin in August.
“As a follow-up to the telephone conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 24, an exchange of views took place on the military, political and socio-economic situation in Afghanistan,” mentioned the Russian embassy.
During the talks, the significance of “defining parameters of the future state structure of Afghanistan by the Afghans themselves, as well as the need to prevent the escalation of violence, social, ethnic and confessional contradictions in the country, was emphasized”.
The assembly comes a day after the Taliban, which seized the management of the struggle-ravaged nation on August 15, introduced its new caretaker authorities on Tuesday, consisting of hardliners, devoid of any ladies within the resolution-making course of.
Following the Taliban takeover, Afghanistan has plunged right into a disaster with studies of Taliban reprisal rising from a number of provinces. Afghanistan can be witnessing protests in opposition to the Taliban.

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