China, Russia and Pakistan held talk on Afghanistan Situation
Russia, China and Pakistan held talks for enhancement of coordination in Afghanistan after withdrawal of NATO Forces in 2014 at Beijing on 3 April 2013.
The Diplomats from Russia, China and Pakistan on 3 April 2013 in Beijing held talks on the issue of coordination between their positions on Afghanistan. The diplomats from the three nations backed the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) that is grouping to play a great role in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of NATO Forces in 2014. These talks were held to enhance coordination.
The talk of the three nations in Beijing was a follow up of the India, China and Russia meet that was held in Moscow in the recent past. These talks aimed towards, balancing the act for enhancement of complicated regional dynamics.
The talks between the nations is a process to make concerted efforts for maintenance of Peace, Stability and Security of the country and support the reconciliation process of the country that will be run by Afghans themselves.
China and Russia from the SCO Grouping will play a bigger role in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of NATO Forces, whereas, India, Afghanistan and Pakistan along with Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will play of role of observer countries in the group. China, Russia and India have developed a trilateral mechanism for coordination among themselves and their positions in context of the engagement of the three nations in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of NATO.