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Iranian President Raisi says US ‘defeat’ in Afghanistan could also be likelihood for new-found peace as Taliban takes over

Iranian President Raisi says US ‘defeat’ in Afghanistan may be chance for new-found peace as Taliban takes over


Newly elected president of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, has claimed that the US “defeat” and its withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan might characterize an opportunity for war-torn Afghanistan to revive itself and discover peace.

Ultraconservative Raisi commented on Monday that “the navy defeat and the US withdrawal from Afghanistan ought to provide a chance to revive life, safety and lasting peace in that nation.”

The president of the Islamic Republic mentioned that “Iran is dedicated to its neighborly relations with Afghanistan [and is] carefully monitoring developments.” Raisi additionally invited all teams within the war-torn nation to achieve a “nationwide consensus to ensure that the institution of stability.”

The remarks from Tehran come as Taliban insurgents infiltrated the Afghan capital of Kabul on Sunday after making fast territorial good points. Ousted President Ashraf Ghani fled the nation for security.

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Iran, which shares a 900km (550-mile) border with Afghanistan, arrange camps in three provincial cities alongside its frontier on the identical day to arrange for an inflow of refugees escaping from the Taliban. Hossein Qasemi, an Inside Ministry official, acknowledged that whereas amenities have been arrange quickly, Tehran expects “these Afghan refugees to return residence when the scenario improves in Afghanistan.”

Based on figures from the worldwide monitoring group Acaps, 780,000 registered Afghans reside in Iran, whereas the variety of undocumented refugees might be as excessive as 2.5 million. 

The Islamic Republic of Iran, which largely follows the Shi’a denomination, has traditionally been at ideological odds with the Sunni Taliban in Afghanistan. Nevertheless, Tehran and the Taliban have been partaking in rising dialogue in recent times, with members of the Afghan authorities, the militant group, and Iran having met in July to debate peace within the nation post-US occupation.

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