India, Russia, and ‘China’ calls, formation of truly inclusive govt in Afghanistan

India, Russia, and China called for ensuring that the territory of Afghanistan is not used to attack any country in form of terrorism and the formation of a "truly inclusive" government in the province. The nations seek immediate humanitarian assistance to the war-torn country.

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MEA, S. Jaishankar at RIC (in pic)

New Delhi: On 26th November, India, Russia, and China pitched for ensuring that the territory of Afghanistan is not used to attack any country in form of terrorism and the formation of a “truly inclusive” government in the province. The nations seek immediate humanitarian assistance to the war-torn country.

A virtual meeting was held under the Russia-India-China framework (RIC), The meet was attended by MEA Jaishankar and his respective counterparts, Sergey Lavrov and Wang Yi. The countries assured their support for the basic principle of an “Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace”.

On the matter of consideration of the Indo-Pacific region, China felt discerned by the notion of equal partnership in the region. As per the statement from China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russian MEA’s comments in the meeting in which he reportedly described the Indo-Pacific region as “not a partnership of equals” and supported the notion of Asia-Pacific as a more “inclusive and harmonious” framework. China reportedly soughed Russian hand in the region but, Russian comments feel differently.

Whereas, after the Biden and Xi- Jinping’s meet. China has denied going to the democracy summit. China’s MEA’s declared the summit as a “democracy trap” and opposed going saying, the summit will bring out “negative energy”.

MEA Jaishankar has confirmed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi “is likely to attend” the Summit that will be chaired by U.S. President Joe Biden.

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