UN Security Council Omits Taliban Reference From Statement On Terror

The borderline for the airlift operations from Kabul airport is August 31 (File)

The United Nations Aegis Council has alone the Taliban advertence from a branch in its account on agitator attacks abreast Kabul airport that alleged on Afghan groups not to abutment terrorists "operating on the area of any added country".

India, which affected the alternating Presidency of the United Nations Aegis Council for the ages of August, active off on the account and issued it in its accommodation as the armchair for this month.

In an beforehand account on Afghanistan on August 16, a day afterwards Kabul fell to the Taliban, the UN Aegis Council's position was starkly altered back it warned that "neither the Taliban nor any added Afghan accumulation or alone should abutment terrorists operating on the area of any added country".

Syed Akbaruddin, India's abiding adumbrative at the United Nations till April aftermost year, acicular out the aberration in the two statements and said "the 'T' chat is gone".

Aegis Council statements issued on 16 August & on 27 August…

On August 19 back asked how India angle and deals with the Taliban leadership, Foreign Minister Dr S Jaishankar said it is still "early days", abacus the focus is on assurance and aegis of the Indian nationals who are in Afghanistan.

India on Friday said that the exact cardinal of its citizens actual in war-torn Afghanistan was unknown.

India has already abandoned its mission agents from Kabul. Aftermost week, the Taliban entered at atomic two of India's consulates in Afghanistan, searched for abstracts and took abroad anchored cars, government sources had said, cogent anguish that it meant the accumulation is acting adjoin the assurances its leaders accept been giving to the world.

US admiral Joe Biden has said he will stick by his borderline to abjure all US troops from Afghanistan by August 31.

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