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Neighbouring nations voice silent protest against terrorist activities in Afghanistan: Pakistani Media

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

A Pakistani media outlet has claimed that Russia, China, Iran, and Pakistan have raised their objections discreetly regarding terrorist activities with the Afghanistan-Taliban rule.

Express Tribune reported on Sunday, February 4th, that representatives from these four countries, all having significant interests in Afghanistan, registered their shared protest during the “Regional Cooperation Initiative of Afghanistan” meeting held in Kabul on January 29.

The media outlet stated that these representatives from Pakistan, Russia, China, and Iran expressed their concerns in silence about the insufficient control over various terrorist groups’ activities in Afghanistan. This information came from a reliable source who spoke to Express Tribune on Sunday.

According to the report, this collective protest was made during the Kabul conference, where delegates from the four countries were present. It had previously been agreed upon that these nations would collectively voice their concerns regarding terrorist activities to the Taliban officials.

Express Tribune also mentioned that the initiative for this joint protest from Pakistan, which believed that a united front of key neighbours could influence the Taliban leaders to address the issue.

The source further disclosed that the Taliban officials cleverly organized a regional conference attended by officials from India, Turkey, Indonesia, and some Central Asian countries alongside representatives from China, Pakistan, Russia, and Iran to counteract the actions of these four countries secretly.

Recently, Pakistan’s interim Prime Minister, Anwar al-Haq Kakar, has claimed that no dangers are coming from Afghanistan to Pakistan.

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