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Spy chiefs from Russia, Iran, and China meet in Pakistan to discuss IS threat from Afghanistan

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    Heads of Russian, Iranian, Chinese, Pakistani intelligence services discuss IS threat
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    The top security and intelligence officials stressed the need for a more active inclusion of regional powers in the efforts to settle the conflict in Afghanistan

    MOSCOW, July 10. /TASS/. Heads of intelligence services of Russia, Iran, China, and Pakistan held a meeting in Islamabad on Tuesday to discuss the measures against the threat of aggregation of the Islamic State militants in Afghanistan, Sergei Ivanov, the chief of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service's press bureau told TASS.
    The Director of the Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Naryshkin, represented Russia.

    "The discussions focused on the dangers arising from a buildup of the Islamic State on the Afghan territory," Ivanov said

    "The conference reached understanding of the importance of coordinated steps to prevent the trickling of IS terrorists from Syria and Iraq to Afghanistan where from they would pose risks for neighboring countries," he said.

    The top security and intelligence officials stressed the need for a more active inclusion of regional powers in the efforts to settle the conflict in Afghanistan.



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    What are we going to do against American creation ISIS? Pakistan, Iran, China and Russia need to team up to defeat American import ISIS in Afghanistan. This meeting can only be applauded.
     
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    It ain't looking good for the Yanks.
     
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    we need to create a Joint Task Force to checkmate Merican Terror policies
     
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    Why is the Presence of ISIS in Afghanistan a Big Threat to Pakistan and Iran?

    As reported by EurAsian Times earlier, dreaded terrorist organization ISIS (Islamic State), also called Daesh has set up its base in Afghanistan and threatens to target both Iran and Pakistan just like Syria and Iraq. But who is backing ISIS to attack Pakistan and Iran?

    According to Pakistan Media, Express Tribune, a senior Iranian official warned Pakistan delegates that Tehran has ‘confirmed intelligence that the US has relocated ISIS and its leader Abu Bakar Baghdadi to Afghanistan. The Iranian official warned that US and Israel are conspiring to turn Pakistan and Iran into another Syria.

    https://eurasiantimes.com/iran-china-pakistan-russian-intelligence-chiefs-meet-discuss-isis/

    Time has come to corner the Yanks. Iran, China, Pakistan and Russia would be a formidable force if they joined hands against American warmongering in Afghanistan.

    Pakistan needs to end the supply route fiasco and show the Yanks a middle finger.
     
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    Another addition I want to add here is, ISIS is brought in as a faction that will fight Taliban and clearing the way for the yanks to have control of afghanistan. It seems to be failing FAST! People have caught wind of it and come what may access to afghanistan for the yanks will become impossible. I am just glad the anti ISIS drive is now going into a higher gear. Who ever thought of doing this was an idiot because Taliban have gotten stronger while ISIS depend on oxygen and spoon feeding. Attempt to steal away fighters from Taliban has failed.


     
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    Couldn't agree more here. The Yankee plan to import ISIS into Afghanistan was obviously a deterrent against the Taliban. It has backfired miserably. The Yanks are trying their level best, but it just isn't working. Hence the do more propaganda against Pakistan.

    The Yanks have lost. The final nail will be all these regional countries joining hands to deliver the final blow. There is a lot at stake. China, Russia, Iran and Pakistan all share a common goal. That goal is to defeat the creator and supporter of ISIS.
     
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    agree

    US and israels creation will be destroyed
     
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    Good thing is that notorious RAW backed terrorist state is not part of this dialogue process. All of them should agree and at the first place make sure India has no presence in Afghanistan what so ever. As they have been fueling terrorism in Pakistan both directly ( sending people like Kulbhushab) and indirectly through other local terror groups. The indian hand has to be completely exposed.
     
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    Isn't Indian the largest arms supplier to Isis?
    What a joke news and those who invite India to anti isis meetings are jokers.
     
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    Burn rapist LOL

    You and your daddy are about to be taken to the graveyard in Afghanistan.

    Spy chiefs from Russia, Iran, and China huddle in Pakistan

    Four spy chiefs huddled in Pakistan to discuss the emergence of the Islamic State in Afghanistan, a Russian intelligence official said Tuesday.

    "The discussions focused on the dangers arising from a buildup of the Islamic State on the Afghan territory," Russian Foreign Intelligence Service spokesman Sergei Ivanov told TASS, a state-run media outlet.

    Russian Foreign Intelligence Director Sergei Naryshkin attended the meeting, along with officials from China and Iran. Their talks follow months of Russian diplomats alleging that the U.S. is supporting ISIS in Afghanistan; that accusation dovetails with the Russian and Chinese-led Shanghai Cooperation Organization hinting they might take a larger role in the country.

    "The conference reached understanding of the importance of coordinated steps to prevent the trickling of IS terrorists from Syria and Iraq to Afghanistan where from they would pose risks for neighboring countries," Ivanov said.

    That outcome would be consistent with U.S. interests in Afghanistan, but American diplomats regard Iran, Russia, and Pakistan as often-dangerous forces in the South Asian state.

    “Russia is not helping at all ... Iran is not helping at all,” Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. ambassador to NATO, told Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, a U.S.-backed outlet. “We hear this when we’re in Afghanistan, and we hear from the military leaders. They talk about the enablers — those who have the money and the capacity to be helpful but instead are really propping up the terrorist networks that are killing innocent people.”

    Meanwhile, Russian diplomats have stepped up their allegations that the U.S. is supporting ISIS, despite an intense barrage of U.S. airstrikes targeting the terrorist group's members.

    "ISIS has grown stronger over the last couple of years, despite a really withering military campaign, principally from U.S. forces, but with strong support as well from Afghan forces,” a State Department official, on condition of anonymity, told the Washington Examiner during a recent interview.

    The rival intelligence officials met days after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a surprise visit to Afghanistan, where he touted a recent ceasefire as evidence of a possible peace with between the central government and the Taliban.

    “We have been very encouraged following the ceasefire to see how the Afghan people have responded to that,” he said. “We think that bodes well for the peace process.”

    U.S. officials and analysts believe that hopes for peace have been undermined, particularly in recent years, by Russian and Iranian support for the Taliban. The Pakistan meeting might have presented an opportunity for an intensification of those operations. “I'm afraid Pakistan and Iran might try to sell Russia and China on [what they see as] the 'lesser of two evils,’” Behnam Ben Taleblu, a research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told the Washington Examiner.

    “The Pakistani and Iranians [could] say, 'here's the network in place; here's how we funnel arms; here's how we offset advances by ISIS, while keeping the central government weak; while making sure the country remains fractured and destabilized, so that our agents and assets can operate freely and that the U.S. can get sucked into a couple trillion [dollar] war later without any making material gains,” he continued. “They would present that network and that network might be superficially attractive because it's less the [Russians and Chinese] bearing the material costs and yet still having some of their initial needs met.”

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...from-russia-iran-and-china-huddle-in-pakistan

    Let the fvcking games begin.
     
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    This needs to escalate from one meeting to a new non-NATO block. Iran, China, Russia and Pakistan together would be a formidable force.

    And as the US will continue to cozy up to / coddle / pressurize India to build it as a buffer against China in the region, things between India and Russia will not be as good as they are. Of course cooperation won't magically end and India will remain a large market for arms, but Pakistan has a good opportunity to build strong ties with Russia especially against Takfiri types.
     
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    Heads of Russian, Iranian, Chinese, Pakistani intelligence services discuss IS threat

    MOSCOW, July 10. /TASS/. Heads of intelligence services of Russia, Iran, China, and Pakistan held a meeting in Islamabad on Tuesday to discuss the measures against the threat of aggregation of the Islamic State militants in Afghanistan, Sergei Ivanov, the chief of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service's press bureau told TASS.


    The Director of the Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Naryshkin, represented Russia.

    "The discussions focused on the dangers arising from a buildup of the Islamic State on the Afghan territory," Ivanov said

    "The conference reached understanding of the importance of coordinated steps to prevent the trickling of IS terrorists from Syria and Iraq to Afghanistan where from they would pose risks for neighboring countries," he said.


    The top security and intelligence officials stressed the need for a more active inclusion of regional powers in the efforts to settle the conflict in Afghanistan.


    http://tass.com/world/1012616
     
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