US Had To Put Pressure On India For Afghan Role: UN Envoy Nikki Haley
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said Tuesday that the Trump government should put pressure on India to strengthen its role in creating a political solution to ending the protracted war in Afghanistan.
His remarks came as Trump Tuesday revealed his new Afghan strategy shrinking from his initial instinct to leave Afghanistan. Instead, the president of the United States said that the US troops “would fight to win” the conflict of 16 years.
In a first-rate speech, Trump asked Pakistan to provide safe havens for terrorists, but also said that India is making billions of dollars in trade with the United States and we want us to help more with Afghanistan … ”
“We have to put pressure on India to be part of the political solution,” Nikka Haley told CNN.
The US ambassador to the United Nations said that Trump was taking a regional approach to ending the Afghan conflict. “It’s not just Afghanistan.
This is the region, which means we have to put pressure on Pakistan, “he said, adding that Pakistan can no longer shelter terrorists.
“We must continue to tell Iran that all this terrorism and its patronage are not something we are going to endure and we need the international community to stand up and say, look, if we are going to do this, Let’s do it together, not just the United States” , Said Haley.
He said that the American enemies no longer knew “what is the calendar”.
“What our enemies will know is that we no longer live terrorism and that we will do whatever it takes,” he told the network.
Senator Ben Cardin, a member of the Senate Senate Foreign Relations Committee, supported the Afghan policy of Trump.
“I think the president calls for regional cooperation, and that’s right, we need to have Pakistan as a more cooperative partner to deal with Afghanistan.” Business, said on MSNBC News.
“What I find difficult to follow is what it is doing next to the army, and it seems to be facing a new wave of troops in Afghanistan,” he said.
Ben Cardin said the United States needed a diplomatic boost. “This, for me, is going to be the key, that it can implement a push and have the confidence of our regional partners so that we can really bring peace to Afghanistan,” said the Democratic senator.