India promises to assist Afghanistan following a deadly earthquake at the UN

India is deeply concerned about recent developments in Afghanistan, particularly the destabilizing humanitarian situation . India has distributed a number of shipments of humanitarian aid, including 30,000 MTs of wheat, 13 tons of antibiotics, and 500,000 doses of COVID-19 Vaccine and winter clothing .

New York: India extended its deepest sympathies to the victims and their families affected by the devastating earthquake in Afghanistan during a briefing by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in Afghanistan, and promised to continue to support those in this period of poverty.India is deeply concerned about recent developments in Afghanistan, particularly the destabilizing humanitarian situation, according to Mr Tirumurti, because it is a closely allied nation and long-standing partner of Afghanistan.We are deeply concerned about the resolution's operation, as it provides for humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan, and it insists that the Security Council continue to exercise its oversight to protect against any potential funding loss and misuse of sanctions exemptions.Mr Tirumurti expressed hope that the UN agencies and their aid partners will use the humanitarian carved outs of this Resolution well, adding that India reiterated that humanitarian assistance must be based on the values of impartiality, impartiality, and autonomy.Humanitarian assistance should be non-discriminatory and open to everyone, regardless of race, religion, or political faith.

This wheat has already been shipped to Afghanistan.Moreover, an Indian team visited Kabul recently (on June 2-3) and met with representatives of the International Organisations involved in the distribution of the humanitarian assistance, including Indira Gandhi Children Hospital, Habibia High School, Chimtala sub-power station, and the UNWFP wheat distribution center.To provide vaccinations to Afghan refugees in Iran, we also distributed one million doses of Made-in-India COVAXIN COVID-19 vaccines to Iran.During the Council briefing, PR to India for Afghanistan said that India is closely monitoring the security situation in Afghanistan and its special relationship with the Afghan people, providing almost 60 million doses of polio vaccine and two tons of essential medicines.These include: ensuring that the country's historical friendship and close links are maintained; preventing terrorism and drug trafficking; and ensuring that the interests of women, children, and minorities are respected; and that India is actively cooperating with the international community on the According to the Ambassador, terrorist attacks on places of worship of minority communities and the targeting of innocent civilians continue to be a significant problem.

The presence of ISIL-K in the region is on the increase, as well as their ability to carry out attacks.According to the report, ISIL-K, with its base reportedly in Afghanistan, continues to launch attacks on other countries.The report also stated that the Taliban has yet to separate itself from other terrorist organisations such as the Al-Qaeda, which are also active, as well as, provocative statements by other terrorist groups operating out of Afghanistan.Therefore, there are significant questions that require immediate attention and coordination to ensure that Afghanistan does not become a haven for other terrorist groups like ISIS-K, Al-Qaeda, JeM, and LeT.

For both domestic and international relations, the Ambassador said that broad-based, inclusive, and representative formation is crucial.Further, Mr Tirumurti stated that we are deeply concerned about recent developments in Afghanistan that affect the well-being of women and girls in Afghanistan.In Afghanistan, there is a growing rush to exclude women from public life.We join others in demanding that the rights of women and girls be protected and that the long-fought gains of the last two decades be continued.

Our efforts in Afghanistan will continue to be centered on the interests of the Afghan people, he said.