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BRICS Nations Supportive Of India Perspective On Afghanistan: Official



Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the 13th BRICS Summit.

New Delhi:

Russia, China, South Africa and Brazil supported India’s perspective on the continuing developments in Afghanistan and the area on the 13th BRICS summit, mentioned Sanjay Bhattacharyya, Secretary Consular, Passport, Visa and Overseas Indian Affairs (CPV&OIA) on Thursday.

At a particular digital briefing, Mr Bhattacharyya mentioned, “There was a very strong condemnation of terrorism and that the Afghan territory should not be used either for terrorism or for drug trafficking and that it should not become a problem in the neighbourhood.”

“There is a strong reference to Afghan issue in the ‘New Delhi Declaration.’ There is a strong sense of consensus which is supportive of our perspective on the developments in Afghanistan and the region,” he added.

Mr Bhattacharyya additionally knowledgeable that there was additionally reference that humanitarian facet in Afghanistan should even be checked out. “The role of UN security council was also referred to in the context of Afghanistan,” he added.

Earlier at present, leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa BRICS who met just about adopted the “New Delhi Declaration”.

Calling for settlement of Afghan disaster by means of “peaceful” means, leaders of BRICS nations underscored the precedence of preventing terrorism, together with stopping makes an attempt by terrorist organisations to make use of Afghan territory as a terrorist sanctuary and to hold out assaults towards different nations.

In the declaration, leaders expressed sturdy condemnation of terrorism in all its kinds and manifestations each time, wherever and by whomsoever dedicated. “They committed to combating terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, including the cross-border movement of terrorists, and terrorism financing networks and safe-havens,” the declaration learn.

On the problems of Afghanistan, BRICS leaders known as for “refraining from violence and settling the situation by peaceful means in Afghanistan, through an inclusive intra-Afghan dialogue so as to ensure stability, civil peace, law and order in the country.”

“They underscored the priority of fighting terrorism, including preventing attempts by terrorist organisations to use Afghan territory as a terrorist sanctuary and to carry out attacks against other countries,” the declaration learn.

The BRICS Summit, which was chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was held in a digital format. The assembly was attended by all BRICS leaders–Brazil President Jair Bolsanaro, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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