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India does not exclude India from peace process in Afghanistan: China

 China on Monday said that India has not been excluded from efforts to bring peace in Afghanistan. China had hosted an important meeting with America, Russia and Pakistan a few days ago to pursue the peace process in war-torn Afghanistan. This comment has been made on behalf of China in the same series. Representatives from China, Russia and the US had discussed for the third time on July 10-11 on the peace process in Afghanistan, after which they also requested Pakistan to join this meeting.


In a joint statement issued at the end of the meeting, it was said, "China, Russia and the US welcome the participation of Pakistan in the discussion and believe that Pakistan can play an important role in furthering the peace process in Afghanistan." "We have reached a consensus on the current situation in Afghanistan and efforts to restore peace and security," China Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters here on Monday.

"When asked when the spokesman was not invited to the meeting, he said," China has made close contact and coordination with all parties, including India, on the issue of Afghanistan. " He said, "I believe that we (India, China, Russia, the United States and Pakistan) have not kept India separate by discussing and helping the settlement of Afghanistan issue soon.

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