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Russia, India, China suggest collective strategy on Afghanistan

© Sputnik / Alexei DruzhininFrom left: Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff, Chinese President Xi Jinping and the President of South Africa Jacob Zuma
From left: Russian President Vladimir Putin, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff, Chinese President Xi Jinping and the President of South Africa Jacob Zuma - Sputnik International
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Russia, India and China have proposed to develop a collective strategy to stabilize Afghanistan and expect a positive answer from the United States, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday.

MOSCOW, October 27 (RIA Novosti) — Russia, India and China have proposed to develop a collective strategy to stabilize Afghanistan and expect a positive answer from the United States, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday.

"The three countries are able and are ready to work with other countries to develop a collective strategy," Lavrov said after a trilateral ministerial meeting held in Bangalore, India.

Lavrov said that the army, police forces and other authorities in Afghanistan are not yet prepared to solve problems in the country themselves.

"We expect [US President Barack] Obama's administration will use the opportunity of Afghanistan's neighboring countries as well as other regional players in order to stimulate groups in Afghanistan to reach a general understanding of how to establish their destiny," he said.

The foreign minister said Russia has not only supplied transit for military cargo into Afghanistan, but has also trained personnel for the country's police forces and may also look into the issue of delivering small arms and light weapons for the police.

 

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