Imposing a foreign system on Afghanistan is detrimental, says Russian President
Russian President Vladimir Putin says “we know Afghanistan and we have learned how harmful it can be to impose a political and social system contrary to its traditions.”
Speaking to the media after meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Moscow on Friday, Vladimir Putin said that such political and social experiments have not been successful in the past and only lead to the destruction of states and their own political and social systems. Has been destroyed.
The Russian president says that the irresponsible policy of imposing foreign values and democracy on Afghanistan from outside should be ended, which does not take into account historical, national and religious traditions.
“The fact is that the Taliban have taken control of large parts of Afghanistan and other countries should not impose their will on Afghanistan,” he said.
Putin expressed hope that the Taliban would keep its promises and prevent terrorists from leaving Afghanistan and spreading to other countries in the region.
He said the Taliban had declared an end to the war, assured the safety of citizens and diplomats, and hoped that all would be done.