Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar made his remarks at an event organized to mark the beginning of the Taliban Afghanistan Discussion. S Jaishankar, who was involved with the program by video conferencing, made it clear on Saturday that the land of Afghanistan could never be used for anti-India activities.
Jaishankar said that India’s friendship with Afghanistan is deep and unshakeable. We’ve always been friendly neighbors, and we’re still going to be. We dream that the territory of Afghanistan will never be used for anti-India activities. He said that instability in Afghanistan and the area would also have to be addressed during the peace process.
Minorities and women’s rights would, therefore, have to be covered at the same time. The Foreign Minister said that the peace process would have to uphold Afghanistan’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity. It must foster the value of human rights and democracy, which will demonstrate the direction of progress.
The rights of minority women and conservative rivals must be secured. He said the most important thing would be to pay careful attention to the abuse that is going on in the whole world and community. Can abuse can not be permitted to occur. We are in favor of an urgent and inclusive truce.
Jaishankar tweeted that our friendship with Afghanistan was historic. No part of Afghanistan remains unchanged by our more than 400 construction projects. We are optimistic that this civilization relationship will continue to evolve.
Let us remind you that this dialogue began in Doha, with the involvement of leaders of Afghanistan and the Taliban in peace talks. As part of this agreement, attempts are being made to create stability in Afghanistan, for which America is mediating.