World Afghanistan would be a "state paria" in case of success of the Taliban offensive, according to Blinken

15:15  28 july  2021
15:15  28 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Le secrétaire d’État américain Antony Blinken et le ministre indien des Affaires étrangères Subrahmanyam Jaishankar au Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan (JNB) à New Delhi, en Inde, le 28 juillet 2021. © Jonathan Ernst / Reuters the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and the Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar at Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan (JNB) in New Delhi, India, July 28, 2021.

visiting New Dehli, Antony Blinken, Head of American diplomacy, said that Afghanistan would become a "state paria" if the Taliban took the Taliban power by force, this Wednesday, July 28th.

The Afghanistan would become an "State PARIA" if the Taliban had to take power by force and "committing atrocities against their people" , warned Wednesday in New Delhi the head of the American diplomacy. Antony Blinken.

He considered "deeply worrying" the information showing atrocities perpetrated by the insurgents during their generalized offensive in the regions they took control.

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The leader of American diplomacy Antony Blinken started Wednesday his visit to New Delhi by a warning on a risk of "democratic regression" , when Washington counts more than ever on this key ally in Afghanistan or facing the China.

"The relationship between our two countries is one of the most important in the world" , he stated in an Indian capital in full monsoon.

the conquest of the Taliban worries the neighbors of the country

the flash conquest by the Taliban of vast panels of Afghan territory in less than three months, during an all-round offensive, particularly worries the neighbors of Afghanistan, while The final withdrawal of international forces, present for 20 years in the country, is now almost complete.

The Taliban took part in areas of the province of Badakhshan, in the extreme north-east of the country, border of China, a region where they had never taken footing, even when their plan directed Afghanistan .

Taliban capture first Afghan provincial capital as US, NATO forces withdraw, report says .
Taliban fighters reportedly have captured their first provincial capital Friday since U.S. and NATO troops began pulling out of Afghanistan: the city of Zaranj in southern Nimroz province.The group has posted images on social media showing insurgents inside the local airport and posing for photographs at the entrance to the city, according to the Associated Press. Nimroz is sparsely populated in a region that’s mainly desert and Zaranj has about 50,000 residents.

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