A Chinese think-tank has said the Taliban face several serious challenges, including unity and the ability to establish an open and inclusive government, calling for closer cooperation between “all-weather” allies China and Pakistan. has been done. Afghan terrorist group to implement its commitments.
As the Taliban’s interim government failed to gain global recognition, an article on Saturday in the official Global Times said: “Afghan to persuade the Afghan Taliban to establish and implement an open and inclusive government to China and Pakistan.” should cooperate closely on the issue. A liberal domestic and foreign policy”.
Written by Liu Zongyi, general secretary of the Research Center for China-South Asia Cooperation at the government-run Shanghai Institute for International Studies, the article states: “At present, the oral expression of the Afghan Taliban is very different from that of the past, but not us. know what specific policies they will support in the future”.
“The Afghan Taliban now faces several serious challenges. First, the unity of the Afghan Taliban themselves. Second, can the Afghan Taliban establish an open and inclusive government.
“Thirdly, food shortages are likely to lead to humanitarian disasters and refugees. Fourth, they hope to win the recognition and aid of the international community, but at the same time, they are expected to face the hatred, blockades, sanctions and even Sabotage is also faced by hostile forces in the world,” it said.
The article said that China and Pakistan as “all-weather strategic partners” should work together to maintain and promote regional security and stability.
Titled “Why it is necessary for China, Pakistan to increase coordination against terrorists, protect regional stability”, the article also criticized the premise among strategic analysts that the Taliban’s seizure of power was a success for China and Pakistan. Is.