Secretary of the Security Council of Kyrgyzstan Marat Imankulov took part in Dushanbe (Tajikistan) in the fourth Regional Dialogue of National Security Advisors / Secretaries of Security Councils on Afghanistan, the press service of the Kyrgyz president reported.
The event was attended by security officials from India, Iran, Kazakhstan, China, Russia, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
The sides exchanged views on the nature of the situation in Afghanistan, as well as on the challenges and threats emanating from Afghan territory.
Having discussed the whole range of problems, the participants agreed that the future of Afghanistan should be built by the Afghans themselves in the interests of the entire population of this country.
It is necessary to involve Afghanistan in current international processes, while intensifying multilateral cooperation in the field of combating terrorism, drug trafficking, arms trafficking and other dangerous criminal manifestations. It is important to continue to assist Afghanistan in overcoming the humanitarian and economic crisis.
Marat Imankulov noted that Kyrgyzstan hopes for positive dynamics in security issues in Afghanistan, including thanks to the efforts of the current leadership of this country. However, states interested in stability in the Afghan direction need to work out each threat jointly and comprehensively, using the capabilities of such international mechanisms as the UN, the CSTO and the SCO, to build a multi-level system of timely and effective response to attempts of negative influence from outside.
Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency