China, NATO discuss Afghanistan, agree on several issues

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Chinese and NATO officials have discussed the situation in Afghanistan. China’s top diplomat held a virtual meeting with the NATO chief to discuss the situation in Afghanistan and a number of issues were agreed upon.

Beijing: Chinese and NATO officials have discussed the situation in Afghanistan. China’s top diplomat held a virtual meeting with the NATO chief to discuss the situation in Afghanistan amid long-running disagreements over regional policies between the Chinese government and the US-led coalition.

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discussion was positive

The Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that discussions on the issue have been positive. Foreign Minister Wang Yi and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg made the remarks, focusing on issues of common concern, according to the statement. However, Chinese officials did not give further details about the talks.

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Consensus between China and NATO on many issues

China has long opposed the presence of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan. The two Chinese officials said China and NATO have agreed to have practical cooperation on a range of issues, including terrorism, piracy, cyber security and the establishment of international peace.

Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) is going to start a re-investigation of the origin of the corona with a new team. For this a new team of 20 scientists has been formed, which will investigate China and other countries.

Through this new investigation team, WHO is ready to resume the investigation of the origin of Kovid-19. The team includes laboratory safety, biosafety experts, geneticists and veterinarians who are familiar with how viruses are transmitted by nature.

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The Wall Street Journal reported that teams will look for new evidence in China and elsewhere. Earlier, in March this year, a joint investigation team of WHO-China had ruled out the possibility that the virus originated from a laboratory.

First published:September 28, 2021, 5:10 pm

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