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Russia, EU agree to cooperate on Afghanistan

MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin and European Council President Charles Michel on Wednesday expressed their willingness to cooperate to stabilize the scenario in Afghanistan and keep away from the chance of terrorism, extremism and drug trafficking. A Kremlin assertion mentioned they mentioned the evolving scenario in Afghanistan and agreed to cooperate on regional stability. Putin and Michel additionally expressed their readiness to cease the unfold of terrorism, extremism and drug crime, the assertion mentioned.

"Both sides stressed the importance of establishing a genuine intra-Afghan dialogue to maintain civil peace in the country and prevent violence, as well as to ensure the integrity of the Afghan state, taking into account the interests of all population groups."

Putin additionally instructed Michel in regards to the steps being taken to finish the trilateral ceasefire settlement between Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia on the Nagorno-Karabakh challenge. Whereas discussing the Ukrainian settlement, Putin and Michel agreed on the necessity for the implementation of the Minsk Settlement, the assertion mentioned. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov mentioned in a separate assertion that Moscow was intently monitoring developments in Afghanistan and was not at the moment planning contact with the interim authorities arrange by the Taliban.

On August 15, the Taliban took management of Kabul after they took management of Afghanistan, forcing the president and different high officers to depart the nation.


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