Expert: US plans to use destabilization of Afghanistan

10.06.2021, Moscow.

The destabilization of Afghanistan will target China, India, and Russia, which benefits Washington, journalist Andrey Medvedev wrote on his Telegram channel on June 9.

“In one day alone, the Afghan army’s losses are more than 150 people. More than 500 people have already been killed since the beginning of the month. Three days ago, the Taliban (organization banned in Russia) attacked military bases in three provinces at once. Ghazni, Helmand and Herat. Afghan militaries and policemen keep siding with Taliban (organization banned in Russia),” the journalist wrote.

According to Medvedev, the United States is surrendering the country to the Taliban (organization banned in Russia) and plans to use them to secure its interests, or, if the Taliban (organization banned in Russia) traditionally gets out of control, it will become a destabilizing factor in the region.

“And this is also good for Washington, because it [destablization] will target China, India, Iran, and Russia. And this casts a long shadow on the future of Central Asia. However, it is possible that the Taliban (organization banned in Russia) under the supervision of the USA will also begin to advance north. First and foremost, this will threaten Uzbekistan and Tajikistan,” the journalist noted.

According to him, the US army and PMC fighters in Afghanistan have been avoiding clashes with the Taliban (organization banned in Russia) in recent months, which may indicate a collusion of militants with State Department officials.

On June 9 a Mi-17 multipurpose helicopter of the Afghan Air Force was shot down by the Taliban (organization banned in Russia) in Wardak province. The helicopter was delivering supplies to the besieged garrison. A day earlier there were reports of an MI-17 shot down in Daikundi province. Wardak province is adjacent to Kabul. It is 60 kilometers from the provincial capital Maidanshahra to the center of Kabul airport and the government quarter.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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