Dialogue : US NSA meets Pakistani counterpart Moeed Yusuf, discusses restoring peace in Afghanistan


With the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, the increasing occupation of the Taliban is not only a matter of concern for the Afghan government, but the heads of state around the world are considering a strategy to stop it. Meanwhile, White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan met his Pakistani NSA counterpart and expressed concern over the situation. Jake Sullivan said that he has met with the Pakistani NSA to discuss regional connectivity and security, among other issues. Along with this, the political solution of ending the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and reducing violence has been discussed in detail.

Pakistan is supporting the Taliban

Let us tell you that Pakistan has been present in all the efforts made to establish peace in Afghanistan. Not only this, but he has also been supporting Taliban fighters. According to media reports, terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed are also playing an active role in these attacks. Apart from this, senior and experienced officers of the Pakistani army are also guiding them.

Recently, the Taliban attacked Salma Dam in Herat. It is officially called the 'Afghan-India Friendship Dam'. India had invested money for this dam. It currently generates 42 MW of electricity. Pakistan does not like that friendship between India and Afghanistan should be maintained. This attack needs to be seen in this context.

Returning Talibani Raj

At the same time, after the announcement of President Joe Biden, the withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan has started. After the withdrawal of forces, Taliban rule in Afghanistan has started returning again.