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India backs Afghanistan peace talks but remains wary of Taliban-ISI links

IndiaTimes Saturday, 12 September 2020
As Taliban sat down in Doha for its direct engagement with Afghan government for peace, India participated in the inaugural session of negotiations with foreign minister S Jaishankar underscoring the need for addressing the issue of violence in the war-torn country. Jaishankar said that India expects that the soil of Afghanistan is never used for anti-India activities.
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External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on September 12 said that India's expectation is that soil of Afghanistan should never be used for any anti-India activities. He was addressing the conference on Afghan peace negotiations at Doha. "Peace process must be Afghan-led, Afghan-owned and...

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