Agree on an Afghanistan strategy, UK tells China and Russia


Agree on an Afghanistan strategy, UK tells China and Russia

The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has raised fears it could again be used as a training ground for Islamist militants

William James

Britain on Wednesday called for China and Russia to agree a co-ordinated international approach to prevent Afghanistan becoming a haven for militants, according to a statement by British foreign secretary Liz Truss at the UN.

Foreign ministers from Britain, China, Russia, the US and France will meet UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres during the UN General Assembly in New York.

Britain, which is co-ordinating the so-called P5 group of permanent UN Security Council members, will use the meeting to call for greater co-operation to improve international security, with a particular focus on Afghanistan...

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