Saudi Arabia concerned over situation in Afghanistan

New Delhi; Leading news service: The resurgence of terrorist organizations in Afghanistan is a matter of concern, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud told reporters here.

“The Taliban’s occupation of Afghanistan will not only increase the Taliban’s terrorist activities but will also provide an opportunity for organizations such as Al Qaeda and ISIS to take over,” Saud said.

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Stating that global terrorism is becoming the root of the problem, Saud added that the Taliban has so far assured that Afghanistan’s land will not be used for terrorist activities in other countries. But it remains to be seen whether they will live up to that promise.

We (Saudi Arabia) have not yet contacted the Taliban government. Wait and wait, the policy has been adopted. The three countries that recognized the Taliban in the 1990s included Saudi Arabia. But this time we have taken a cautious stance.

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If the Taliban needs to give equal opportunity to all in government, it must make efforts to establish peace. Foreign Minister of India S. We have discussed the above point with Jaishankar. He also agreed with his opinion, Saud said.

He said air services between India and Saudi Arabia would be launched soon.

Air services between India and Saudi Arabia were suspended following the Corona crisis.

Speaking on the Kashmir issue, Saud said it was an issue between India and Pakistan and hoped that they would resolve it amicably.

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