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Russia and Taliban in Talks as Moscow mediates end to Afghan War

Russia and Taliban in Talks as Moscow mediates end to Afghan War
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О консультациях с делегацией Движения талибов

8 июля Спецпредставитель Президента России по Афганистану З.Н.Кабулов провел консультации с делегацией Политического офиса Движения талибов (ДТ). В ходе встречи были обсуждены ситуация в ИРА и перспективы запуска межафганских переговоров. Российская сторона выразила обеспокоенность в связи с эскалацией напряженности в северных районах Афганистана и призвала не допустить ее распространения за пределы страны.

Talks with the Taliban are necessary, says Kremlin

Talks with the Taliban are necessary, says Kremlin

MOSCOW, July 9. /TASS/. Negotiations with the Taliban (outlawed in Russia) are necessary, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated on Friday, adding that Russian President Vladimir Putin is aware of these contacts. “Of course, Vladimir Putin is aware of this,” Peskov told reporters. “These contacts are necessary.

Russia not to take any steps if tension in Afghanistan remains within its borders — Lavrov

Russia not to take any steps if tension in Afghanistan remains within its borders – Lavrov

MOSCOW, July 9. /TASS/. Russia is not going to take any measures while the aggravation of the situation in Afghanistan is not influencing events in the territory of Moscow’s allies, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at a press conference following talks with his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on Friday.

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Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
July 11, 2021

The Taliban trust the Russians way more as mediators, than any American Western or NATO-Mafia lackey, despite their complicated history from the cold-war era. It’s quiet telling, isn’t it?

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  Brokenspine66
July 11, 2021

Any sensible person would trust Russia more than the US/EU/Nato/UK!

Florian Geyer
Florian Geyer
July 11, 2021

IF the Taliban does become part of a new beginning for the entire country, the US/CIA/UK/Turkey will remain a cancerous threat to peace and the next Afghan government will need air defences that can bring down US aircraft and CIA drug collection flights.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Florian Geyer
July 11, 2021

The AmeriCunts + the UK and NATO-Mafia Lackeys totally weaponized the drug trade + trafficking directed to Iran, to the neighboring Central Asian Countries, Russia and even to China [which shares a short 76km border with Afghanistan] to subversively causing harm + quagmires in their societies out of pure evil-minded ideological spite…that it became a menace to Europe + the World as well is just collateral damage for them, because they give a total Fuck.

Florian Geyer
Florian Geyer
Reply to  Brokenspine66
July 11, 2021

I agree.

The problems we see today mirror the problems of the past when the UK was at the zenith of empire. The Opium wars etc.

The latest One World Government cultists are rather foolish to play the Winner Takes All cards.

Such cultists are prime targets for revenge if events are not all the cultists hope for.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
Reply to  Florian Geyer
July 11, 2021

The Opium Wars had devastating + destructive impact on Chinese society and caused endless misery + suffering in the 100 year lasting aftermath of those British “Crimes Against Humanity” formed + shaped in the long run the China we see today…the evil-minded western ideologs underestimate the Chinese determination that it will never ever humiliated again by anyone or anything, what ever it takes…the western ideologs [primary US+UK] wont listen. I admire the Chinese for their strong will and realism.

Last edited 13 days ago by Brokenspine66
Florian Geyer
Florian Geyer
Reply to  Brokenspine66
July 11, 2021

The part the great reset that makes no sense to me is the fact that a global population reduction in tandem with Green tyranny will result in a sterile and joyless existence for most of the worlds citizens.

If that is the result of neutering the white Europeans, the self styled elite will surely be progressively poorer and irrelevant.

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  Florian Geyer
July 12, 2021

Rest assured, the Afghan Taliban WILL become the new Government in Afghanistan.There’s no way a puppet government installed by invaders/occupiers can claim to have the interests of the Afghani people at heart. Recall the Vicche Govt in France, how well did that work out, or any other such occupier installed Government ? Or the puppet Govt installed in South Vietnam. None of these Governments have any authenticity, and are NOT supported by the people. One would think, the Global Cabal would have realised this by now. Regards the drug business, I’d guess the Taliban will resolve that issue pretty quickly,… Read more »

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
July 11, 2021

Afghanistan, “The Grave Yard of Empires”. In the case of the US, would that it were!

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Smoking Eagle
July 11, 2021

not to worry, it will be. No doubt in our lifetime.

Egie Asemota
Egie Asemota
July 11, 2021

Finally! Let’s face it, the middle east has shown us that some places on earth (for obvious reasons) just do not work well as democracies or even modern governments. Just let a strong authority reign these countries in. I predict Russia, Iran and China will be such authorities in the region. No weak-willed western powers.

Florian Geyer
Florian Geyer
Reply to  Egie Asemota
July 11, 2021

I would argue that ‘democracy’ has never been s strong ethic with whomsoever is in power in Europe and the US.

The Western plutocrats have learned how to put lipstick on pigs though.

Sunnbike
Sunnbike
July 11, 2021

The Kurds should be having nightmares when they see how the Americans did a moonlight flit from Bagram airbase. Unfortunately, they seem to be very slow learners especially given the Turks are just waiting to decimate them.

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  Sunnbike
July 12, 2021

I would say the Kurds are very much aware of the duplicity practiced by the Americans by now. They have been used and let down numerous times by the U.S. I’m pretty sure, anything the U.S. asks/demands from them, they are required to pay up front. It’s too bad that numerous Western nations are unable to see that they too, are being set up to be sacrificial pigs so the elite can get richer. Take a good look at Australia, L.O.L. cutting it’s nose off, to spite it’s face with the Chinese, on behalf of the U.S. of A. INCREDIBLE… Read more »

Joseph Christy
Joseph Christy
July 13, 2021

Exceptional observations, and I hope too that the Afghan people can find a path out of the hell they have lived in all these years. But I would like to add a sidebar to your report. You mentioned the Russians built the roads. I don’t know about all the roads, but the highway from Herat to Kandahar to Kabul was built by Americans after World War II. The Americans brought their families. I learned this while traveling by public transportation along that highway during the summer of 1979. I found in Afghan bakeries along the way a selection of American… Read more »

E509th
E509th
Reply to  Joseph Christy
July 14, 2021

The U.S also built Bagram Air Base for the Afghans in 1950 during the Cold war as a Bulwark against the Soviets to the North, who then used it as a staging point in 79. The soviets massively expanded it during their occupation and it was reported that, during the civil war, the Taliban occupied one half and the Northern Alliance the other of the 3km long runway.

E509th
E509th
July 14, 2021

What turns a good analyst into a Great analyst ? Ask Alexander Mercouris. It would take months to gather all this knowledge Independently. As the Chaldean’s were in a state of permanent study, A.M surely must also be.

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