Asserting that the “suffering” of Afghanistan is man-made, the war-torn nation’s Ambassador to India Farid Mamundzay on Sunday mentioned his nation goes by way of a tough time, and solely good management, compassionate angle and worldwide assist to the Afghan folks would convey an finish to “miseries”.
Mr. Mamundzay additionally appreciated the phrases of sympathy and assist messages from all “Indian friends” and the diplomatic missions in New Delhi over the struggling of Afghans previously few weeks.
His remarks come days after the Taliban swept throughout Afghanistan, seizing management of almost all key cities and cities, together with capital Kabul, within the backdrop of the withdrawal of the US forces.
“I appreciate the kind words of sympathy and support messages from all Indian friends and the diplomatic missions in New Delhi over the suffering of Afghans in the past few weeks, particularly the last seven to eight days,” Mr. Mamundzay mentioned on Twitter.
I recognize the type phrases of sympathy and assist messages from all Indian mates and the diplomatic missions in New Delhi over the struggling of Afghans previously few weeks, notably the final 7-Eight days. The avoidable struggling of #Afghanistan is man-made and at a.. half
— Farid Mamundzay फरीद मामुन्दजई فرید ماموندزی (@FMamundzay) August 22, 2021
“The avoidable suffering of Afghanistan is man-made and at a scale beyond all civilised contemplation,” he mentioned. Afghanistan goes by way of a tough time, and solely good management, compassionate angle and worldwide assist to the Afghan folks “would somewhat bring an end to these miseries”, the envoy mentioned.
India on Sunday introduced again nearly 400 folks, together with 329 of its nationals and two Afghan lawmakers, in three completely different flights as a part of its efforts to evacuate its residents from Kabul within the backdrop of the deteriorating state of affairs within the metropolis after its takeover by the Taliban.
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani fled the nation as his US-backed authorities fell with the Taliban gaining management.
In his first feedback after he left Afghanistan, Mr. Ghani in a Facebook publish on August 15 had mentioned he was confronted with a “hard choice” between the “armed Taliban” who needed to enter the Presidential Palace or “leaving the dear country that I dedicated my life to protecting the past 20 years”.