S Jaishankar: India closely following developments in Afghanistan | World News – Times of India

BISHKEK: India mentioned on Monday that it was closely following the developments in Afghanistan and underscored the significance of the Taliban regime assembly the expectations of the worldwide group as elaborated in a UN Security Council decision.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar made remarks throughout a joint press look along with his Kyrgyz counterpart Ruslan Kazakbaev after a “constructive” assembly with him right here.
Jaishankar mentioned that dialogue on developments in Afghanistan and its implications for the peace and safety of the area occupied a while in his talks with Kazakbaev.
“We are closely following the developments in Afghanistan. It concerns all of us. Any instability in Afghanistan will have an impact in the region. There are expectations of the international community from the current regime in Afghanistan, which are adequately elaborated in the UNSCR 2593,” he mentioned.
The UNSC decision 2593 unequivocally calls for that Afghan territory not be used for sheltering, coaching, planning or financing terrorist acts; and particularly refers to terrorist people proscribed by the UN Security Council, together with Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad
“India and Kyrgyz Republic have a shared approach to developments in Afghanistan,” he mentioned in a tweet.
The Taliban seized management of Afghanistan in mid-August, ousting the earlier elected authorities which was backed by the West. The Taliban, ousted from energy by the US shortly after the 9/11 assaults, now management almost all of the nation.
Last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had referred to as for making certain that no nation “tries to take benefit of the fragile scenario in Afghanistan and use it for its personal egocentric pursuits.”
Addressing the 76th UN General Assembly in New York, Prime Minister Modi had also said that it is absolutely essential to ensure that Afghanistan territory is not used to spread, terrorism, and for terrorist attacks.
Jaishankar arrived here on Sunday as part of his four-day visit to Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Armenia with an aim to further expand bilateral ties with the three Central Asian countries.

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