New Delhi, 11/10:Prime Minister Narendra Modi will virtually attend the G20 meeting on Afghanistan on Tuesday. This information has been given by the Ministry of External Affairs. The ministry has told that the Prime Minister will participate in this program at the invitation of the Italian Presidency. Through a release, the Ministry of External Affairs has told that in this meeting, the humanitarian tragedies arising in Afghanistan will also be discussed.
Apart from this, various issues including security, terrorism, refugees will be discussed. Earlier, talks between the US and the Taliban took place in Doha for the first time on Saturday and Sunday after the military withdrawal from Afghanistan. After the Doha talks, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said in an official statement that the Taliban will not be judged by their words, but by the actions they have taken.
US State Department spokesman Ned Price said an inter-agency delegation from the US spoke with senior Taliban representatives in Doha. Both countries focused on security and terrorism concerns, as well as safe travel for US citizens and our Afghan partners. We also talked about the human rights issue, which includes the meaningful participation of women and girls in all aspects of Afghan society.