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Saturday, September 25, 2021

Current and tranding politcs news in world :- Terrorism, Taliban and Afghanistan... Pakistan's name came like this in the meeting between PM Modi and Biden

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is visiting America, met President Joe Biden and invited him to visit India. India and the United States have expressed concern over Islamabad's role in Afghanistan, a day after US Vice President Kamala Harris acknowledged the presence of terror groups in Pakistan. Speaking on the bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Joe Biden, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said both sides underscored the importance of combating terrorism in Afghanistan. He said that the name of Pakistan also came up in the meeting between PM Modi and Biden and the target was also targeted for giving protection to terrorists.
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The situation in Afghanistan, radicalism and terrorism and the role of Pakistan were discussed seriously in the bilateral summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden and the quadrangular Framework (Quad) summit on the Indian Pacific region. Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla told reporters in Washington that during the discussion on the situation in Afghanistan, the US President also acknowledged that the current government in Afghanistan is not inclusive. There is no participation of minorities and women. There are issues related to human rights. Therefore it cannot be considered truly democratic.

Shringla said India's presidency in the UN Security Council in the bilateral meeting with the US President was particularly appreciated for India's move on the issue of Afghanistan. Biden said clearly that he felt that India should get permanent membership in the Security Council. PM Modi has invited President Joe Biden to visit India. President Biden has taken note of this with thanks and appreciation.


According to Shringla, PM Modi and President Biden called on the Taliban to ensure that Afghan territory is not used to harbor or train any terrorist groups and to threaten and attack any country. Shringla said both sides underscored the importance of combating terrorism in Afghanistan. He said that there was also an opinion in the Quad countries regarding the role of Pakistan that the way Pakistan is trying to present itself in Afghanistan, it needs to be looked at very carefully. He said that the Quad meeting also discussed the implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2593 to Afghanistan, which states that it should not allow attacks or plans to attack any other country from Afghan soil. Is. Biden hosted PM Modi in the Oval Office at the White House for the first in-person bilateral meeting on Friday.

The Foreign Secretary said that Biden and Modi also discussed that the current government in Afghanistan does not seem to be an inclusive government. It does not include the minorities of Afghanistan, nor is there any participation of women in this government. I think the point was noted. Let us inform that during a press conference on Thursday, Shringla had told that US Vice President Kamala Harris had taken suo motu cognizance of Pakistan's role in terrorism and believed that terrorist groups were active in Pakistan. Kamala asked Pakistan to stop supporting terrorist groups during her first meeting with Indian PM Narendra Modi.

According to the Foreign Secretary, the second important issue was regarding the Kovid vaccine. On the request of Quad, Prime Minister Modi said that India will make 8 million Johnson & Johnson vaccines in India and these will be ready and exported by next month. He said that India's vaccine initiative and the announcement of opening exports were highly appreciated in both the meetings. Indian Vaccine is affordable as well as quality and its availability and The need for systemic reform was expressed to provide it in developing countries.