Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin on phone today regarding the withdrawal of Taliban in Afghanistan. The talks between the two leaders lasted for about 45 minutes regarding the current situation in Afghanistan. Both the leaders expressed their willingness to work together to deal with this crisis.
PM Modi himself tweeted that he exchanged detailed and useful views with his friend President Putin on the recent developments in Afghanistan. We also discussed the issue of bilateral agendas. In which India-Russia cooperation against Corona is included. We agreed to continue close on important issues.
Had a detailed and useful exchange of views with my friend President Putin on recent developments in Afghanistan. We also discussed issues on the bilateral agenda, including India-Russia cooperation against COVID-19. We agreed to continue close consultations on important issues.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 24, 2021
Let us tell you that on the issue of Afghanistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also spoke to German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the issue of Afghanistan. Cooperation between all the countries is also going on in this regard. India has also conducted Devi Shakti operation to rescue Indian citizens and Afghan citizens trapped in Afghanistan. Under this operation, 800 Indians have been rescued since August 16.
On the previous day, Prime Minister Modi also spoke to German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the issue of Afghanistan. Let us tell you that all these countries are currently keeping an eye on the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan. Along with this, cooperation between all the countries is also going on regarding the ongoing rescue operation from Kabul Airport.
Let us also tell you that at this time the question of whether or not to recognize the Taliban’s government has arisen in front of the world. Many countries have openly opposed it, while some countries have also announced its solution. In such a situation, India is discussing the issue of Afghanistan with all the countries.
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