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Russia Says Pakistan to Host Troika on Afghanistan

The Russian Federation said that Islamabad will host a Troika conference that will follow the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) summit, also in Islamabad.

The quadrilateral meeting between representatives from Russia, China, US and Pakistan, will focus on the Afghan situation.  

“The Troika meeting, relevant to Afghanistan’s issues which will stress on humanitarian and economic assistance to the country, will be held after the summit of the Organization of Islamic Countries,” said, Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for the Russian foreign ministry. 

The Islamic Emirate earlier said that it was invited to the OIC’s summit.   

The meeting of the foreign ministers of the OIC is set to be held on December 19.  

The Islamic Emirate said that it was unclear whether its delegation would participate in the Troika meeting.

“We are not aware of the Troika conference, and it is has yet to be clarified whether the Islamic Emirate will take part or not,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.  

It is expected that the Troika conference will discuss the formation of an inclusive government and the humanitarian aid situation.

Waliullah Shaheen, head of the Center For Strategic Studies at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that if the delegation of the Islamic Emirate is not present in the conference, it will not yield beneficial results for the country.  

“In any meeting, if the Afghan side is not present, no one can talk on behalf of Afghanistan and its people. The Afghans should participate (in the meetings),” he said. 

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the second meeting of the Apex committee on Wednesday, warned against isolating Afghanistan within the international community, saying it would “disadvantage” the world.  

“Pakistan has often attempted to have a hand in political situations. These meetings now cannot heal Afghanistan. The Taliban should take over the leadership of such meetings,” said Javid Sangdel, a political analyst.  

This comes as humanitarian organizations expressed grave concerns over the severe humanitarian crisis in the country.  

Russia Says Pakistan to Host Troika on Afghanistan

The quadrilateral meeting between representatives from Russia, China, US and Pakistan, will focus on the Afghan situation.  

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The Russian Federation said that Islamabad will host a Troika conference that will follow the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) summit, also in Islamabad.

The quadrilateral meeting between representatives from Russia, China, US and Pakistan, will focus on the Afghan situation.  

“The Troika meeting, relevant to Afghanistan’s issues which will stress on humanitarian and economic assistance to the country, will be held after the summit of the Organization of Islamic Countries,” said, Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for the Russian foreign ministry. 

The Islamic Emirate earlier said that it was invited to the OIC’s summit.   

The meeting of the foreign ministers of the OIC is set to be held on December 19.  

The Islamic Emirate said that it was unclear whether its delegation would participate in the Troika meeting.

“We are not aware of the Troika conference, and it is has yet to be clarified whether the Islamic Emirate will take part or not,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.  

It is expected that the Troika conference will discuss the formation of an inclusive government and the humanitarian aid situation.

Waliullah Shaheen, head of the Center For Strategic Studies at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that if the delegation of the Islamic Emirate is not present in the conference, it will not yield beneficial results for the country.  

“In any meeting, if the Afghan side is not present, no one can talk on behalf of Afghanistan and its people. The Afghans should participate (in the meetings),” he said. 

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the second meeting of the Apex committee on Wednesday, warned against isolating Afghanistan within the international community, saying it would “disadvantage” the world.  

“Pakistan has often attempted to have a hand in political situations. These meetings now cannot heal Afghanistan. The Taliban should take over the leadership of such meetings,” said Javid Sangdel, a political analyst.  

This comes as humanitarian organizations expressed grave concerns over the severe humanitarian crisis in the country.  

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