New Delhi, 17/8: America is under global criticism for the Taliban occupying power in Afghanistan. However, President Joe Biden has made it clear that he is firm on his decision. Meanwhile, countries like Germany and France have also reacted to the developments. On the other hand, China and Russia are engaged in establishing better relations with the Taliban.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the Taliban’s return to power is “extremely frightening and dramatic”. Merkel has said, ‘This is a very frightening situation for millions of Afghans. These people have worked very hard to make a free society with the help of western community. Emphasis on strengthening democracy, education and status of women.
Boris johnson said we have to unite
At the same time, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, has appealed for collective solidarity against the Taliban by holding a virtual meeting of the G7 group. Earlier on Friday too, Boris Johnson had said that he and his allies would not allow Afghanistan to become a land of terrorism once again.
\What did the French President say
French President Emmanuel Macron said that Afghanistan will not be allowed to become a nursery of terror at any cost. He said that this is a threat to the international order. If we want peace in the whole world then we have to stand against it. Macron has also appealed to the United Nations Security Council to take steps in this matter.