ISLAMABAD (Daily Pakistan Online) The intelligence chiefs of Pakistan, China, Russia, Iran, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan have held an important meeting in Islamabad.
Private TV ARY News, citing sources, claimed that the intelligence chiefs of China, Russia, Iran, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan met. Hosted by General Faiz Hameed. The security situation in Afghanistan was discussed during the meeting. They also discussed measures for lasting peace and stability in the region.
According to private TV Dawn News, the intelligence chiefs of the eight countries have agreed that Afghanistan should not be left alone. In addition, all countries agreed on intelligence sharing.
Analyst Haris Nawaz says that in this meeting, the intelligence chiefs of eight countries have prepared a joint strategy regarding Afghanistan. There was also talk of reducing India’s influence in Afghanistan and removing Pakistan’s security concerns.
Source: Daily Pakistan