Published On: Fri, Aug 20th, 2021
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Taliban’s Delicate Situation With Iran and the CCPon August 20, 2021 at 4:11 pm

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Analysis Afghanistan is known as the Crossroads of Central Asia. Its stability affects neighboring countries such as Iran, Pakistan, and China. With the Taliban returning to power, how will its relations with border countries develop and affect the regional power balance? The Epoch Times Chinese edition interviewed Yuping Su, former diplomat in Israel from Taiwan, who gave his views on the current situation of Afghanistan in regional order. “At present, the Taliban have just seized power. The most important thing is to peacefully take over the archives, personnel, facilities, funds, etc.” Su said. The Taliban ruled Afghanistan between 1996 and 2001 and had poor relations with its neighboring states during that time. However, prior to entering the Afghanistan presidential palace, Taliban leaders had a meeting with 15 diplomats and a delegation of Afghan leaders at Doha, and even sent special envoys to Iran, China, and Russia to express its goodwill. … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

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