On Saturday a meeting was being organized in Islamabad by Pakistan’s intelligence chief General Faiz Hameed, the director-general of the notorious Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) along with intelligence heads of multiple nations, including China and Russia, in which the evolving situation in Afghanistan was being discussed.
The meeting, held by the director-general of the ISI, certainly took place and it was attended by the intelligence chiefs of China, Russia, Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan. Views were being shared regarding the measures needed for “lasting peace and stability” in the region by the members present in the meeting.
After the Taliban’s lightning-fast offensive won the militant’s control of the state machinery in the war-torn land, Pakistan has been seen looking to get engaged in the situation which developed in Afghanistan. Among widespread opinion for its ‘proxy war’ in Afghanistan, a special significance in light of the debilitating political and economic scenario in Kabul has been now taken on by the Pakistani intelligence chief’s meeting with his counterparts in other countries.
“The participants of the occasional meet acknowledged that Afghanistan ‘should not be left alone’ to deal with its problems. The development takes a compelling outlook for Afghanistan experts and political observers, many of who believe that it was, in fact, Islamabad which was behind the Taliban’s aggressive advance against the erstwhile Ashraf Ghani government’s forces in August. They also say Islamabad has been assisting the Taliban on all possible fronts, hoping to cut a piece of the pie in the new regime,” said the Pakistani news channel SAMAA TV.
Recently a visit has been done by the ISI chief Hameed to Afghanistan who met with the Taliban leadership in Kabul to talk over the issues. After the Visit, it was seen that the Taliban has announced their interim government a hardline all-male cabinet let done the group’s earlier promises to be comprehensive and adequate to a measure.