As Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi explained at the press conference, the G20 will resolve the situation in Afghanistan to prevent this Asian country from becoming a “terrorist nest” and avoid a “humanitarian crisis.”
Madrid (European News).-The G20 will hold a special summit on October 12 to address the Afghanistan situation.
According to the Italian Evening Post report, the G20 will be discussing the situation in Afghanistan at a press conference. This will prevent the country from becoming “terrorist nest” or a “humanitarian emergency.”
At the end of August, the Italian government will hold a special summit to discuss the Afghan crisis. Russia will participate in the appointment if Afghanistan’s border countries do so. Italy holds the rotating presidency of G20.
The Taliban seized Kabul in mid-August, shortly after Ashraf Ghani fled Afghanistan.