Russia Calls for a UN Summit on Afghanistan
Kabul – The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, has said that Russia is proposing to the United Nations to hold another meeting on the situation in Afghanistan after the Moscow summit.
On Tuesday, October 12, the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, in a press conference, in the capital of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, has said that currently, Moscow is expecting the responses of the invited sides in the summit, including the Taliban.
“We are hopeful that the Taliban should understand the value of the summit,” Lavrov added.
Russia in agreement with other countries suggests to the United Nations that after holding Moscow’s meeting for providing humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, it will hold a summit, Sergey added in the meeting.
Moscow’s summist is supposed to be held on October 20. This summit was created to solve Afghanistan’s problems in 2017 which Afghanistan, China, Pakistan, Iran, India, and some other countries are its members.