Kabul – The Prime Minister of Japan Fumio Kishida traveled to India to meet his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Saturday, March 19. The Prime Ministers have published a joint statement on current affairs in Afghanistan that emphasizes the need for an inclusive establishment and government in Afghanistan. The statement further adds that Japan and India will support a government in Afghanistan that represents all the people of Afghanistan, not a government led by a group of rebels that is formed of a single ethnic.
Moreover, Mr. Modi and Mr. Kishida have highlighted the importance of addressing the humanitarian crisis and promoting human rights in Afghanistan. In addition, referring to UN Security Council Resolution 2593 (2021); they have emphasized that Afghanistan’s soil should not be used to shelter, train, plan, and finance terrorist groups against any nation.
The two countries have agreed on concerted actions against all terrorist groups in the region.
They have further discussed regional and international issues, including the Ukraine war and the North Korean missile test.
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