British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reiterated his support for Britain in the fight against the Taliban. Iran, on the other hand, said that it would continue to support the Syrian government in the fight against terrorism.
Terrorism is the biggest problem for the whole world. Many countries are struggling with this danger badly and have lost everything in the war against terror. However, the competent countries of the world are not only playing an important role in this battle, but are also helping the needy countries. In this sequence, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Britain PM Boris Johnson) has reiterated the support of Britain in the fight against Taliban.
He gave this assurance on behalf of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) coalition. Johnson called Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Friday to emphasize the importance of moving forward in peace talks for a sovereign, democratic and united Afghanistan. Apart from regional issues, the two leaders also discussed about Covid-19.
Reiterated support for a long time
A spokesman for Downing Street, the Prime Minister’s residence in London, said Johnson reiterated Britain’s long-term support in the Afghan government’s fight against the Taliban as a component of the NATO alliance. The spokesman said that it is important to move forward in peace talks to establish sovereign, democratic and united Afghanistan and to keep progress in the field of civil society, women and girl’s welfare.
Syrian government with Iran
On the other hand, Iran said that it will continue to support the Syrian government in the fight against terrorism. Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif made this commitment during a telephone conversation with Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal Meqdad. As reported by the news agency Tasnim, Zarif stated his commitment to the fight against terror and said that the Islamic Republic will continue to support Syria in its various areas and in its efforts to ensure security and stability.
According to the report of the news agency Xinhua, Iran’s foreign minister also stressed the need for a solution that protects the interests, sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of the Arab country. At the same time, Macdad thanked Iran for supporting the Syrian people in the economic sector with the aim of reducing the impact of unilateral economic sanctions.
America’s Airstrike in Syria
The report also said that both sides have urged Western states to follow the UN Security Council resolutions on Syria. The talks between two senior leaders of regional allies took place at a time when at least 22 pro-Iran fighters in eastern Syria were killed in an air strike by the US on Friday morning.
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