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Russia Extends Support To Afghanistan For Easing Of Sanctions


12/29/2015


Russia could favour the easing of the sanctions of U.N imposed on the Afghanistan’s Taliban.



According to Reuter reports, Russia has agreed to “show flexibility” regarding the potential slackening on the sanctions that were “imposed on Afghanistan's Taliban movement”. The said sanction was exercised by the “United Nations Security Council”. The information was revealed by the “TASS news agency” that quoted “a senior Russian diplomat as saying”.
 
The policy made by the central government of Afghanistan has support from Russia, as the policies aim at “achieving national reconciliation”, as quoted from Zamir Kabulov, the “President Vladimir Putin's special envoy on Afghanistan” along with “a department chief at Russia's Foreign Ministry” speaking on the matter.
 
While Reuter writes:
“He (Zamir Kabulov) said Moscow would support possible easing of sanctions imposed on the Taliban if it did not run counter to Afghanistan's national interests”.

Reference:
http://www.reuters.com/
 







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