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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Telling the dangers of Taliban crisis in Afghanistan, PM Modi said - the biggest impact on neighbors like India; Warned the world about recognition

In the Outreach Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) - Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), PM Narendra Modi has spoken about India's relationship with Afghanistan. He has said that the recent developments in Afghanistan will have the biggest impact on neighboring countries like India. And therefore, there is a need for regional focus and cooperation on this issue. It is imperative that the global community decides on the recognition of the new system collectively and with due deliberation. India supports the United Nations on this matter.

PM Modi has told the need to pay attention to 4 main issues regarding the Afghanistan issue. He has said that the first issue is that the regime change in Afghanistan is not inclusive, and has happened without dialogue. Secondly, he said that if instability and fundamentalism continue in Afghanistan, it will lead to the rise of terrorist and extremist ideologies all over the world. Other extremist groups may also be encouraged to seek power through violence.

PM Modi has further said that the flow of drugs, illegal arms, and human trafficking may increase in Afghanistan. A large amount of state-of-the-art weapons remain in Afghanistan. Due to these, there will be a risk of instability in the entire region. He has described the terrible humanitarian crisis as the fourth biggest issue. He has said that the economic condition of the Afghan people is worsening due to the disruption in financial and trade flows. Along with this, the challenge of Covid also remains.

PM Modi has said that there should be a principle of zero tolerance against terrorism. It should have a code of conduct to curb activities like cross-border terrorism and financing of terrorism.