Russia will work to 'normalise' Afghanistan: Putin

28/06/2022 9:06:00 PM

Russia is working actively to

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Russia will work to 'normalise' Afghanistan : Putin

Russia is working actively to

said Tuesday during a visit to neighbouring Tajikistan, evoking Moscow's responsibilities in the area."We are doing everything to normalise the situation (in Afghanistan) and we are trying to build relations with the political forces that control the situation,"

said during talks with Tajikistan's President Emomali Rakhmon.But their starting point was thatAfghanistan's ethnic groups should take a full part in running the country, he added, in comments broadcast by Russian media."Here, you know best... what needs to be done to ensure that the situation in the region, in this zone where we have a common responsibility, is stable and threatens no one," he told Rakhmon.

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"We are doing everything to normalise the situation (in Afghanistan) and we are trying to build relations with the political forces that control the situation," said during talks with Tajikistan's President Emomali Rakhmon. But their starting point was that Afghanistan 's ethnic groups should take a full part in running the country, he added, in comments broadcast by Russian media. The group also agreed to impose an import ban on Russian gold, a move that will further choke off Moscow's revenues. "Here, you know best. It also included several university professors and researchers and former US government officials... He said the most pressing need was for cash to enable those affected to buy basic materials to rebuild their lives.

what needs to be done to ensure that the situation in the region, in this zone where we have a common responsibility, is stable and threatens no one," he told Rakhmon. This is 's first trip abroad since the start of Russia's military operation in Ukraine on February 24. Russia has a major military base in Tajikistan, one of its allies in the region. Tajikistan as a 1,200-kilometre (750-mile) long border with and Tajik forces regularly clash with Afghan drug smugglers. The return to power of the Taliban in last August has led some observers to fear that Tajikistan, the poorest of the former Soviet states, could be destabilised..

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