New Delhi, February 12 – Zamir Kabulov, the Russian president’s special envoy to Afghanistan and director of the State Department’s second Asian department, said that the West is trying to undermine China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative by manipulating terrorists in Afghanistan.
“The West, by the way, like India, is not very happy with China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative. While India is only criticizing it, there are people in the West who are trying to undermine it by manipulating terrorist groups in Afghanistan against China,” Kabulov said in an interview with The Week. “.
To a clarifying question about who exactly he had in mind, Kabulov explained that he was talking about the Anglo-Saxons. “I’m not shy about calling a spade a spade,” said the diplomat.
“We have always known that it is dangerous to do business in Afghanistan. That is why you don’t see many Russian companies there. Chinese companies have done their best. It is in the interest of Afghanistan to develop these copper deposits in eastern Afghanistan and some other projects. China is under attack because There are many terrorist actors and groups operating in Afghanistan.”
“One Belt – One Road” is China’s international initiative to improve and create new trade and transport corridors linking more than 60 countries in Central Asia, Europe and Africa, and is designed to promote the development of trade relations between it and China.
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