Jaishankar said the ‘legitimacy’ should not be ignored when deciding who will rule Afghanistan

Expressing concerns over spiral violence in Afghanistan, India, Friday said: “aspects of the legitimacy” of who should rule the country hit by war should not be ignored and called for immediate conflict reduction.

“Of course we are worried about the direction of events in Afghanistan,” said Minister of Jaishankhar’s external affairs in Moscow at a press conference along with his partner Russia Sergey Lavrov. “The point now we stress is that we have to see reduction of violence. Violence cannot be a solution to the situation in Afghanistan.”

His comment came amid Taliban militants who won dozens of districts over the past few weeks. They are now considered controlling about one-third of the country. Ahead of the withdrawal of US and West troops from Afghanistan on September 11.

As part of the agreement with the Taliban, the US and the NATO allies have agreed to attract all troops in return for a commitment by militants to prevent extremist groups from operating in the area they control.

“In the end, which regulates Afghanistan has the legitimacy aspects of it. I think it is something that cannot and should not be ignored,” Jaishankar said in Russia on a three-day visit.

“For more than 30 years now, there are international conferences, there are groups, there is a format to discuss how to stabilize and bring peace in Afghanistan,” he said, adding that the reason has proven implications for regional security and regional stability.

“If we have to seek peace in Afghanistan and around, it is important for India and Russia to work together to ensure that many progress (made) in the field of economy, the term social is maintained. We are committed to independent, sovereign, and democratic Afghanistans,” said Minister Overseas.

India, a significant stakeholder in the peace and stability of Afghanistan, has called for the process of peace and national reconciliation, which is “led by Afghanistan, belongs to Afghanistan and is controlled by Afghanistan”.

This country has dramatically followed a political situation that developed after Washington signed a peace contract with the Taliban, which effectively attracted curtains in the war for 18 years.

India said it was committed to Mantas supporting Afghanistan during the transition. The development partnership of $ 3 billion, including more than 550 community development projects covering all 34 provinces, is intended to make Afghanistan become an independent country.

Jaishankar noted that one concern was about rubbing the national interests of each of them when the two countries looked out. “The main concerns even while the widening of the option is to ensure the sensitivity that is consistent with the interests of critical strategic partners.”

He felt that the success of Indian-Russian bonds was “a deep consideration for each other”, which must be maintained in the future. “Reciprocal flowers mandate that this continues to be between India and Russia.”

From Moscow, Jaishankar travelled directly to the former Soviet Province of Georgia. This was the first visit by the Indian Foreign Minister for Georgia since his independence in 1991. He will hand over the Holy Heritage of a Georgian Queen who brought to India in the 17th century.

Russian relations with Georgia have testy, with His Western-leaning and interest in joining NATO. Georgia also accused Russia to foster separatists in two provinces, South Ossetia and Abkhazia.