PM Modi speaks to Vladimir Putin over situation in Afghanistan

On this note, Indian Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “Had a detailed and useful exchange of views with my friend President Putin on recent developments in Afghanistan.

About the recent crisis floating in Afghanistan after the takeover of Taliban insurgents, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. Both the leaders deliberated meticulously on the ongoing situation prevailing in Afghanistan.

On this note, Indian Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “Had a detailed and useful exchange of views with my friend President Putin on recent developments in Afghanistan. We also discussed issues on the bilateral agenda, including India-Russia cooperation against COVID-19. We agreed to continue close consultations on important issues.”

On Monday, Modi had discussed the terror wave with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. They also analysed the possible ramifications on the affected region and its impact on global grounds too. Both the representatives had displayed their stance and focused more on the importance of upkeeping peace and security.

On Tuesday, a senior Afghan diplomat working for the deposed government asked for accountability from the Taliban for its imposed actions, saying it was an “uncertain and dire” situation wherein millions of people are stranded and fear for their lives amidst triggering reports of forced marriages and door-to-door searches.

Speaking in an emergency meeting by the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva, Ambassador Nasir Ahmad Andisha asked for member states to spread and amplify a strong message to the Taliban and others that rights abuses “will have consequences”.

Source Times of India Reuters
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