Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday spoke to his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi as the 2 leaders burdened the necessity for worldwide cooperation, together with on the degree of the G20, in addressing the safety and humanitarian challenges arising out of the spiraling disaster in Afghanistan.
Discussing the latest developments in Afghanistan and its implications for the area and the world after the Taliban captured energy there, they strongly condemned the horrific terror assault on the Kabul International Airport on Thursday and emphasised the necessity to make sure the protected repatriation of stranded individuals, an official assertion stated.
It added, “They stressed upon the need for international cooperation, including at the level of the G20, in addressing the humanitarian crisis and long-term security concerns arising out of the developments in Afghanistan.”
In a telephonic dialog, the 2 leaders additionally mentioned different essential points on the G20 agenda, akin to local weather change. In this context, they exchanged views on different forthcoming multilateral engagements too, akin to COP-26.
Modi tweeted, “Spoke with Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy and discussed the need for a coordinated international response to recent developments in Afghanistan. We also discussed other important issues such as climate change and our cooperation in G20.”
He additionally appreciated Italy’s dynamic management in productively steering discussions inside the G20, the assertion stated. The two leaders agreed to stay in contact on bilateral and world points, particularly on the scenario in Afghanistan.
Modi had additionally lately spoken to Germany’s Angela Merkel and Russia’s Vladimir Putin over the Afghan disaster.
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