Taliban warns new US administration

The Taliban has warned Biden to leave Afghanistan as soon as possible

The Taliban has warned Biden to leave Afghanistan as soon as possible

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Naval exercises of 46 countries in Pakistan have increased the importance of the country immensely, Russia, China and once again Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates have also turned to Pakistan. In addition, countries around the world now stand with Pakistan. The ISPR said on February 22 that Pakistan would not be a part of any war in Afghanistan and that Pakistan would be friends only with those in Afghanistan who would work for peace there. Pakistan said by name that Pakistan, Ashraf Ghani, the Taliban and the United States are not allies in the war in Afghanistan. He invites everyone to sit at the table of peace and Pakistan is ready to play its full role in the establishment of peace.

The new US administration has stepped up its efforts to use Pakistan in Afghanistan once again and Pakistan has also told the US that Pakistan is ready to cooperate in any way possible only to establish peace in Afghanistan. But Pakistan will not be part of any war in Afghanistan. According to Newsweek’s special report in the February 23 issue! The Taliban has warned Biden to leave Afghanistan as soon as possible. In this regard, a report has been received from Afghanistan that the United States is now trying to withdraw Indian forces there immediately, but the Taliban will not allow Indian forces to enter Afghanistan. In this regard, regarding the meeting between Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and US Central Command Commander General Kenneth F. McKenzie, it was said that the regional security situation and the Afghan peace process were discussed. According to the international newspaper, peace talks between the United States and Afghanistan are not possible in the Biden era. The Biden administration is preparing a proxy war in all Islamic countries, including Afghanistan, and according to the same formula, the United States, instead of objecting to Iran’s supply of weapons to the Houthi rebels, opposes Saudi Arabia in the name of an operation against al-Qaeda. I have started supplying arms. On February 18, General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Commander of the US Central Command, discussed the Afghan peace process with Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

On the other hand, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, in his address to the quad meeting in India, said that the US would not accept anyone’s supremacy in the South China Sea. The meeting of Zamir Kabulov, Russian President’s Representative for Afghanistan, in GHQ is an important event for Pakistan. The main reason for the visit of the two dignitaries is peace in Afghanistan where the United States is doing its best to make India superior. Pakistan and Russia agreed to further enhance bilateral relations. Mutual interest and the regional security situation in Afghanistan were discussed. Progress in the ongoing peace process in Afghanistan was also considered. Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said that peace in Afghanistan is in the best interest of the region. The Russian envoy appreciated Pakistan’s positive role in the Afghan peace process and hoped that Pak-Russia relations would further develop in the future. The two sides agreed to further expand bilateral ties. In this regard, it is known that the United States has accused the Russian government of trying its best to help the Taliban during the war between the Taliban and the United States.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, nominated by US President Joe Biden, did not say in an interview with NBC what measures were being considered against Russia. The Biden administration has reviewed allegations against Russia, including the arrest of Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, interference in the election, and other measures against the Taliban in Afghanistan. Biden’s administration’s statements revising the Afghan peace deal have cast a dark cloud of uncertainty over the future of the peace deal. The Taliban have also stepped up diplomatic efforts to maintain the peace deal. The Taliban delegation has reached Russia after Iran.

The Afghan peace deal was raising hopes for peace in Afghanistan, with the Biden administration weighing in on resolving Afghan policy after Trump’s death. US Defense Department and Pentagon spokesman John Kirby has accused the Taliban of failing to abide by the agreement. US officials have pledged to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May, while US officials’ claims of al-Qaeda’s presence in Afghanistan have raised questions about the peace deal. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s statement examining the Taliban’s promises has also increased the uncertainty over the agreement. The traditional US deception has once again led to a planned massacre in Afghanistan by Ashraf Ghani with the joint efforts of the US and India. Attempts to include Iran have failed.

Naeem Wardak, a spokesman for the Afghan Taliban’s Qatar office, called the US officials’ allegations baseless. He also called on the United States to abide by the agreement. A Taliban delegation led by Mullah Ghani Baradar, head of the political commission, visited Iran. After the Taliban’s visit, Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif has arrived in Russia. Another Taliban delegation led by Abbas Stanekzai arrived in Moscow and held successful talks there. Now the US has to understand that Pakistan has come out of the status quo and if the US tries to fight in Afghanistan, it will lose its grip and neither will the current US balance in its original state will be able to maintain. The Biden administration has been advised in the same article that: Afghanistan, Taliban, peace deal is the formula to keep America out of the war. The United States should try to take advantage of this; otherwise the United States will suffer huge losses.


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