India holds first officially confirmed meeting with “Terrorist Taliban”

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Deepak Mittal and Sher Mohammed Stanekzai.

By Muslim Mirror Staff

New Delhi: India held its first officially confirmed meeting with Taliban at the Embassy of India in Doha. It was conducted between Indian Ambassador to Qatar Deepak Mittal and Sher Mohammed Stanekzai, head of the Political Office of the Taliban based in Qatar’s capital.

India raised its concern over the use of Afghanistan’s territory by terrorists, while Stanekzai assured him that these issues would be positively addressed, according to a press release issued by India’s Ministry of External Affairs.

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“Discussions focused on safety, security, and early return of Indian nationals stranded in Afghanistan. The travel of Afghan nationals, especially minorities, who wish to visit India also came up,” it said. “Ambassador Mittal raised India’s concern that Afghanistan’s soil should not be used for anti-Indian activities and terrorism in any manner.”

The press release maintained that the meeting was conducted on the request of the Taliban side.

Stanikzai, the Taliban representative Ambassador Mittal spoke to today, trained with the Indian Army between 1979 and 1982 — three years in the Army Cadet College, Nowgaon, and then at the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun.

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  1. So what ? India is already a friend of terrorist Israel living on the stolen lands of Arabs. Israel is habitual international law breaker.

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