“Afghanistan wants a double peace -peace throughout the nation and peace across the nation,” Jaishankar stated, including that “Afghanistan’s neighbours should contribute in the direction of this.” “It’s an absolute fantasy that what India has carried out in Afghanista is not directly geared toward Pakistan, and saying so undermines India’s efforts in Afghanistan,” Jaishankar stated.
“Within the final 20 years, we have now demonstrated by way of our actions and initiatives on the bottom what our actual emotions are for Afghanistan. Afghanistan wants a double peace. It wants peace inside, and it wants peace round,” he added.
The minister was talking at a panel dialogue on Afghanistan – titled ‘Junction Kabul: The Street to Peace’ -at the Raisina Dialogue held in digital mode.
Iran’s overseas minister, Javad Zarif, who was a part of the panel stated that there was a necessity for the Taliban “to vary in democratic methods” as at present’s Afghanistan is completely different from what it was in 2001.
Zarif stated, “In the event that they wish to return to their 90s ideology, will probably be inconceivable, as there’s a new and completely different Afghanistan at present.”