The nexus of communist countries China and Russia on the Afghanistan crisis is now clearly visible. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin held intense discussions on Wednesday about establishing a foothold in Afghanistan. But nowhere in the conversation of these people was the demand of the G-7 countries, in which it was said a day earlier that the Taliban should be allowed to evacuate people from Afghanistan even after August 31.
phone conversation between the two leaders
However, in the phone conversation between these two leaders, China made it clear that it respects the independence and sovereignty of Afghanistan. He will adopt a strategy of not interfering in his internal affairs. At the same time, in Kabul, a Chinese diplomat has met Taliban leaders for the first time. According to the report of the Chinese newspaper People’s Daily, Russian President Putin told Chinese President Xi Jinping over the phone that he understands China’s position and interests in Afghanistan and that he wants to protect Afghanistan from foreign forces who can interfere and destroy it. are. Xi appealed to all parties to create an open and comprehensive political structure in Afghanistan, so that stable policies of medium level can be adopted by breaking ties with all terrorist organizations. It is noteworthy that China and Russia are not included in the G-7 countries. This group is dominated by prosperous and democratic countries such as the US and the UK.
Taliban’s Abdul Salam Hanafi and Chinese Ambassador meet
Here, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that Abdul Salam Hanafi, the deputy head of the Taliban’s political office, and Chinese ambassador Wang Yu met in Kabul on Wednesday. Without giving details of the talks, Wang said that Kabul is an inherently important forum. It is a means of discussion on important issues. China respects the independent decision, future and destiny of the Afghan people. Earlier, the Taliban leader had come to China after talking to the government staff there. Apart from this, along with China, Pakistan and Russia have kept their embassies open in Kabul and have announced not to close them.