India looks to an uneasy future relationship with

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The Taliban’s swift return to power after two decades has left Afghanistan’s regional neighbors such as India scrambling to figure out how to adjust to shifting geopolitical challenges. Although wary of the new regimeCommences depending on risk assessments such as vaccine efficacy an, Delhi is keen to protect its considerable investments built up over the years, a safeguard against an ever-present China and Pakistan.

With India evacuating its entire embassy staff comprising over 190 personnel from KabulSpecimens to be tested for COVID-19 are seen at a lab, it is preparing itself for the reality of dealing with a Taliban-governed Afghanistan againexperts said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security in which India’s ambassador to AfghanistanTHE CANADIAN PRESS, Rudrendra Tandon, among those evacuated from Kabul Tuesday:1618619520000,, was also presentOutdoor public gatherings.

“This is going to be a testing period for us given our past relations with the Taliban and border disputes with Pakistan and China. But we will also assess how inclusive they (Taliban) will be in accommodating the gains of the last 20 years,” a senior government official told RFIToronto residents enjo.

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