QUAD Will Coordinate Their Diplomatic, Economic, and Human Rights Efforts in Afghanistan

8am, Kabul: For the first time, the leaders of America, Australia, India, and Japan have said regarding regional security in a joint statement that they will coordinate their economical, human rights, and diplomatic policies in Afghanistan.

On Friday, September 24, the leaders of these four countries held a meeting under the name of “QUAD”. According to the meeting, these countries have confirmed the significance of fighting against terrorism, and not using the soil of Afghanistan as the shelter of terrorist groups.

According to 2593 UN statement, these countries have also confirmed that they will increase their anti-terrorist and humanitarian assistances’ cooperation in the future months.

In the meantime, the members of QUAD with emphasis have indicated the importance of fighting against terrorism in Afghanistan. According to them, Afghanistan’s territory must not be used for attacking other countries. This includes giving shelters or training terrorists, and making plans or maintaining financial terrorists’ measures.

Moreover, they condemn logistical, financial or military support of terrorist groups that made them to attack beyond borders.

The United States, Australia, Japan, and India have demanded the Taliban that they should create a safe passage for those Afghans who want to leave the country, plus, they must observe the human rights of all Afghans such as women, kids, and the minorities.

In addition, the major discusses of QUAD meeting was weather crisis, the complexity of regional security, and fighting against terrorism in the south of Asia.