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Might be US consider so called Aazad Kashmir as part of India and naturally India become a neighbour country ... Jokes apart.. India has interest in well being of Afghanistan... So it is included..
Indian inclusion won't amount to much.
 

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LOL you tell that bedtime story every day to comfort yourself.

You lost and we won. Just admit defeat Indian.
Been hearing that for a long time.Meanwhile first try to save your soldiers in waziristan and balochistan who are being slaughtered like sheep by the scores every month because your gernails have no money for drones and MPVs.
 
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Been hearing that for a long time.Meanwhile first try to save your soldiers in waziristan and balochistan who are being slaughtered like sheep by the scores every month because your gernails have no money for drones and MPVs.
at least ours arent killing themselves, eh?
 
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As soon as america leaves afghanistan ,pakistan loses its last leverage over usa .Any sanctions for siding with china and pak economy will be destroyed totally.Funnily us presence in afghanistan is actually pakistan's shield against sanctions and last leverage.
So as an Indian you should be trying your best for a peaceful resolution in Afghanistan that leads to a withdrawal from USA. So this is very confusing, on one side you do your best to get Pakistan sanctioned via FATF, but on other hand you are advising us how to avoid sanctions now!
I.think they.afford a lot more in investment in Afghanistan than pakistan could ever to provide..
financially Afghans need money and that is not coming from.pakistan .
this is why they want India Iran and Russia aboard,.
Pakistan cannot assist in this way
Pakistan has no money for Afghanistan? And Iran and Russia have money ? LoL. Funny to say after we have hosted millions of refugees for decades.
They will how ever need funds from USA/ West.
 

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lol. India caring about Afghans well being. as if you shelter millions of their refugees. btw, where was India when the Soviets invaded Afghanistan?
India was supporting and helping the Soviet Union kill nearly 1 million Afghans.
The Afghans have forgotten this,
never be kind to them, because they will bite the hand that feeds them.
 

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I.think they.afford a lot more in investment in Afghanistan than pakistan could ever to provide..
financially Afghans need money and that is not coming from.pakistan .
this is why they want India Iran and Russia aboard,.
Pakistan cannot assist in this way
Afghans hate each other more than they hate anyone else. Good luck investing when Afghans can't figure out whether they speak Farsi or not 8-)
 

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ISLAMABAD:
The Biden administration has presented a four-point strategy to the Afghan government, seeking an end to the war but with a chilling message that the absence of a peace deal may allow the Taliban to make “rapid territorial gains”.

The strategy was shared with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Head of the Afghan peace council Dr Abdullah Abdullah by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

He wrote letter to both leaders that were handed to them by US special envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad in his recent visit.

The letter shared by TOLOnews, an Afghan news outlet, suggested that the Biden administration wants to accelerate the peace efforts.

Although, the Biden administration has yet to complete a review of the Doha deal, the US Secretary of State said the US in its initial assessment concluded "the best way to advance our shared interests is to do all we can to accelerate the peace talks and to bring all parties into compliance with their commitments".

The Afghan leadership was informed that the USwas launching a high-level diplomatic engagement with several countries including Afghan neighbours for this purpose.

As part of the four-point strategy, the US has proposed the UN-sponsored meeting of the foreign ministers of Iran, China, Russia, Pakistan and India to discuss the "unified approach" for the Afghan peace.

"It is my belief that these countries share an abiding common interest in a stable Afghanistan and must work together if we are to succeed," Secretary Blinken wrote.

The letter said Khalilzad was instructed to share specific proposals both with the Afghan government and Taliban to take the process forward.

These documents, as per the letter, would enable Afghan government and Taliban to move urgently to the task of developing (a) the foundational principles that will guide Afghanistan’s future constitutional and governing arrangements (b) a road map to a new inclusive government (c) the terms of a permanent and comprehensive ceasefire.

The US is asking Turkey to host the high-level talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban for peace agreement.

Expressing concerns over the increased level of violence, the letter said: "We have prepared a revised proposal for 90-day reduction in violence, which is intended to prevent the spring offensive by the Taliban to coincide with our diplomatic efforts to support a political settlement between the parties."

Secretary Blinken made it clear that these proposals were not meant to dictate terms to the parties but added the US expected a positive response from the Afghan government.

The Afghan side was also informed that the Biden administration had not ruled out any options at this stage. The letter went on to add that the US was considering full withdrawal from Afghanistan by May 1, the deadline set in the February 29, 2020 deal, as it pondered upon other options.

The letter concluded with a warning for the Ghani administration that the absence of deal may lead to the toppling of Afghan government by the Taliban.

"Even continuation of the financial assistance of the United States to your forces after the American military withdrawal, I am concerned that the security situation will worsen and the Taliban could make rapid territorial gains," the letter said.

Observers believe that this was clear warning for the Ghani administration, which sought extension in US troops stay and also has reservations over the possible interim set up.

"I am making this clear to you so that you understand the urgency of my tone regarding the collective work outlined in this letter," Secretary Blinken concluded.

Khalilzad, who held talks with Taliban in Doha on Friday, is expected to visit Islamabad soon to share the new push by the Biden administration for the Afghan endgame.


why India is needed, why force India in Afghan dialogue. Pakistan can only allow india in peace deal process if they agree to close their terrorist camps and rescind their support for TTP
 

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As soon as america leaves afghanistan ,pakistan loses its last leverage over usa .Any sanctions for siding with china and pak economy will be destroyed totally.Funnily us presence in afghanistan is actually pakistan's shield against sanctions and last leverage.
You're dreaming like a true American Poodle.
 

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As soon as america leaves afghanistan ,pakistan loses its last leverage over usa .Any sanctions for siding with china and pak economy will be destroyed totally.Funnily us presence in afghanistan is actually pakistan's shield against sanctions and last leverage.
You must be dumb or just simply ignore the rest of the stuff that gets posted in this forum, which still makes you dumb.
 

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the last thing you need is usa leaving Afghan war.. you have used this to get support however little from usa . the,war stops usa going completely into indian hands.

you need some sort of role within Afghan to keep usa,even remotely interested in your well being even.if it's,just servicing your usa hardware
Since what has USA done for pakistan
aid has been stopped for four years
So USA isnt going into india hands..it is already completely in indian hands

Your point was valid while obama was in power but not anymore
 

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This chilling message to Ghani should be a lesson for India also, US abandoned Pakistan after Soviet forces left Afghanistan, abandoned and attacked Taliban once they refused to handover OBL, again abandoned Pakistan and partied India in Afghanistan for luring it to fight against China and now abandoned Ghani administration. Mind you most of the time abandonment is followed by sanctions. For all this I don't blame US administrations cause they work in their national interest.
 

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Huge wakeup call for the Kabul regime. They have been stalling the peace process in hopes Biden would be like Obama. The Biden administration is stating that its interests don't completely line up with Kabul's. Its in Kabul's interest to keep the war going on a slow burn while covertly working with terrorists (ISIS-K)....so it can continue to skim billions in USA funding. This arrangement is no longer acceptable for the USA. Bold stance the Biden administration.
 
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For those who are trying to understand inclusion of India, Let's listen to POV of former Pakistan High Commissioner Ambassador Abdul Basit.

 

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