Terrorists attacking Afghanistan can’t be allowed to negotiate from place of advantage: India to UN

United Nations: India has told the UN militant groups enjoying “support and safe havens” to carry out terrorist activities in Afghanistan from across the borders cannot be allowed to negotiate from a “place of advantage” as the US and the Taliban are planning to meet for the next round of crucial peace talks in Qatar.

Calling for a need to end the activities of Pakistan-based terrorist groups LeT and JeM, India’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin said the “sanctuaries and safe havens” provided to terror networks have to be addressed for a genuine and sustainable peace in Afghanistan. “As the way forward is chalked out, we cannot ignore groups enjoying support and safe havens carry out violent and terrorist activities from across borders. They cannot be allowed to negotiate from a place of advantage,” he said.

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