Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat saying that the Pakistani government needs to create the necessary political environment to attract foreign investment, mobilize the economy, and solve people’s livelihood problems, noted: Although the new Pakistani government is trying to take steps to improve relations with India, the current situation in India and the will of the Pakistani military is a major challenge before this policy of the government.
Tag: Mohsen Roohisefat
Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that the silence of the Indian government has accused New Delhi of collaborating with Hindu extremist groups against Muslims, adding: This situation is ultimately to the detriment of the Indian government and drags the country towards radicalism and extremism.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: Having elaborated the causes of the recent political tensions in Pakistan, former diplomat of our country said:” the disputes have been emerged after three years of peaceful relations between the Army and Imran Khan; in the coming 90 days, we will witness important developments. A quite election may be held and Imran khan will probably be re-elected, or following some unrests, a military coup will take place in the country.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat, stating that in the current situation we will be witness to the continuation of regional rivalries and differences between Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, said: Although the presence of the Taliban has reduced the level of tension and mistrust between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Taliban cannot treat Pakistan against their ethnic sentiments, and the two sides are trying to prevent tensions from escalating by managing differences.
Security – Political Challenges of Afghanistan & Necessity of Awareness of the Neighboring Countries
Strategic Council Online-Opinion: Having considered the trend of current developments in Afghanistan, it seems that the country is witnessing an intra-Taliban bloody settlement of account from Eastern and Southern regions.
Mohsen Rouhi Sefat, former diplomat and analyst of International affairs
Strategic Council Online – Interview: Explaining Russia’s approach to Afghanistan at the Moscow meeting on Afghanistan and reviewing its final statement, the former Iranian diplomat stressed the common goals of Iran and Russia regarding Afghanistan and the need for continuous consultations between Russia and Iran.
Strategic Council Online – Interview: A former Iranian diplomat considered Islamabad’s support for the Taliban coming to power in Kabul as a threat to Pakistan’s future and said: The coming to power of the Taliban in Kabul stimulates ethnic sentiments for supporting the Pashtuns in the Pashtun-populated and tribal areas and this will become a great challenge for the government of that country.
Strategic Council Online-Interview: Former director of the Logistics Headquarter of Afghanistan at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says given the recent political developments in Afghanistan, even though we may see ups and downs in economic ties, Afghanistan cannot ignore its dealings with Iran even under the worst circumstances.
Strategic Council Online – The former head of Afghanistan Support Headquarters at the IRI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stating that Pakistan considers Afghanistan the depth of its strategy, said: It is better for countries in the region to allow the Afghan people to independently determine their government and address common concerns through friendly relations.
Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of international issues says the United States irresponsible withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan has disrupted the relative stability in that country as the US is trying in addition to creating instability in the region, manage the Afghan crisis to create a threat for its rivals in the region.