Washington [US], October 27 (ANI): The United States will be able to hold constructive talks with Russia and China at the upcoming G20 meeting on the issue of providing assistance to the Afghan people, US National Security Adviser Said Jake Sullivan. President Xi Jinping and President Vladimir Putin will be present. “
“I think there’s a bit of a problem with the characterization of Russia and China. I think we can have a constructive conversation with them. In this situation, neither Xi nor Putin do so, so it’s a good idea to do that. It will be more difficult. There are other forms that can involve Russians and Chinese. [aid to Afghanistan]Mr Sullivan said at a press conference.
Afghanistan was in jeopardy after the Taliban ruled the country on August 15. The country’s humanitarian crisis has worsened in the last few weeks.
The White House will visit Rome, Italy, on Thursday for US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden for a G20 summit from October 30-31.
White House spokesman Jen Psaki said additional information on individual bilateral involvement in the G20 margin will be released shortly.
President Biden will visit Glasgow, England, from Rome on November 1-2, and will attend the World Summit at the start of the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26), the statement added. .. (ANI)
US can negotiate constructively with Russia and China on aid to Afghanistan at the G20: White House
SourceUS can negotiate constructively with Russia and China on aid to Afghanistan at the G20: White House