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Iran, Kyrgyzstan discuss Afghanistan issue’s resolution
Iran, Kyrgyzstan discuss Afghanistan issue’s resolution
International Desk

Iran and Kyrgyzstan discussed ways to help resolve Afghanistan’s issue and ensure peace and sustainable stability in the country.

The topics were debated in a meeting between Iran's special representative for Afghanistan, Hassan Kazemi Qomi, and Kyrgyz Foreign Minister Jeenbek Kulubaev in Bishkek on Monday, IRNA reported.

The two sides also exchanged views on how to contribute to Afghanistan’s development and agreed to continue political talks on addressing Afghanistan’s issue with a focus on helping resolve the problems of the war-torn country’s people and building a peaceful and stable nation.

Addressing the meeting, Kulubaev stressed the importance and necessity of interaction with the Taliban caretaker government in an effort to prevent further tensions in the country, which can compromise the entire region’s security.

He added to resolve Afghanistan’s issue, the countries of the region are required to think of activating new mechanisms to reduce Afghan people’s problems and bring the country back to regional cooperation.

The minister stressed that, to this end, making effective and favorable use of the available capacities and cooperation among regional bodies and organizations, such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, should also be placed on the agenda.

In a Twitter thread on Sunday, Kazemi Qomi warned that provoking ethnic and religious conflicts is the U.S. priority for causing “targeted unrest” in Afghanistan.

He added the United States seeks to victimize all Afghan ethnic groups, such as “Tajik and Hazara”, and make the country’s crisis spill over to the entire region.

Kazemi Qomi said the war in Balkhab is the U.S. preliminary plot to this end, noting that anyone who fans its flames has, in fact, contributed to the unfolding of Washington’s scenario.

He urged all Afghan leaders to distance themselves from the conflicts in Balkhab, as they will lead to nothing but bloodshed and destruction.

The United States invaded Afghanistan under the pretext of fighting terrorism in late 2001 and dethroned the Taliban regime. Twenty years later, however, Washington decided to pull out its troops from the country in a chaotic and irresponsible manner. The security situation in Afghanistan was aggravated in the aftermath of the withdrawal of U.S. forces.

The Taliban took over Kabul on August 15, 2021.




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