Participants of the third Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan ended and all the participants unanimously agreed that Afghanistan should not be safe haven for terrorism and that an all-inclusive government should be established in the country.

The participants also called for collective cooperation against the threat of radicalism, extremism, separatism, and drug trafficking.

The Dialogue that was conducted on Wednesday, November 10 was not attended by the two archrivals of India namely China and Pakistan.

Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval who was chairing the NSA-level dialogue said that the Taliban should form an inclusive government that comprises all ethno-political parties in Afghanistan and added that such a setup is imperative for national reconciliation in the country.

“Delhi Declaration” also expressed concern over the socio-economic situation in Afghanistan and called on the international community to provide the people of Afghanistan with humanitarian aids.

The declaration has also emphasized the protection of human and women’s rights and that the lives of minorities should be protected in Afghanistan.

In the meantime, Iran, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan also expressed their own concerns namely poverty, extremism, and border problems.

Indian held the dialogue on Afghanistan a day before Pakistan’s Troika plus that is planned to be held on Thursday, November 11.

Taliban’s representatives were not invited to New Delhi.