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The CIA chief has traveled to Pakistan and India to discuss Afghanistan

William Burns, the highest of the US Central intelligence (CIA), traveled to India and Pakistan last week to debate things in Afghanistan and thus the region, also as future steps.

Mr Burns met with Pakistan’s military intelligence chief Hamid Faiz and military Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Islamabad on Wednesday.

“Pakistan reaffirmed its commitment to assisting international partners for peace within the region and to assure the people of Afghanistan of lasting peace,” the Pakistani military said during a press release .

The two sides also discussed the tactic of expelling foreign nationals and endangered Afghans from Afghanistan. the highest of the US Central intelligence thanked Pakistan for its role within the method .

Pakistan has partnered with several European countries to allow many foreigners and endangered Afghans to enter the country by land. Pakistan has issued transit visas and other necessary documents to those people upon entry. The Pakistani embassy in Kabul has also issued visas to several people at the request of other embassies, media organizations and a couple of non-governmental organizations.

Meanwhile, the highest of the US Central intelligence visited India at a time when Nikolai Petrosov, the highest of Russia’s intelligence , and Richard Moore, the highest of Britain’s intelligence , were also within the country. He met with security adviser Ajit Pawar and other senior officials.

Indian officials have reportedly expressed concern over the security situation in Afghanistan since the Taliban took over.

An Indian official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told VOA that CIA Director William Burns had met with Indian officials to debate a joint approach to Afghanistan.

The Indian official said the most target of the meeting was on the post-Taliban reaction and talks on China.

Agence France-Presse said China welcomed the announcement of the Taliban’s caretaker cabinet and called it a “necessary step towards structuring the system.”

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