Vladimir Putin, Charles Michel agree to cooperate to stabilise situation in Afghanistan


The We For News reported, Russian President Vladimir Putin and European Council President Charles Michel on Wednesday expressed readiness for cooperation to stabilise the situation in Afghanistan and avoid the risk of terrorism, extremism and drug trafficking.

The Kremlin said in a press release, Putin and Michel held a telephone conversation to discuss in detail the situation in Afghanistan.


According to the We For News, the Xinhua news agency reported that said both parties stressed the importance of maintaining peace, preventing violence, and launching a practical intra-Afghan dialogue to guarantee the country’s integrity, with due consideration for the interests of all groups in the country.

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The We For News noted that earlier on Wednesday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia has not yet planned to hold talks with the newly formed Afghan government but will establish contacts through its embassy in Kabul and continue to monitor the situation.

Source: wefornews