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Russia Says It And Others Ready To Mediate In Afghanistan

MOSCOW, Aug 24 (Reuters) – Russia, China, the United States and Pakistan are interested in serving as mediators in resolving the crisis in Afghanistan, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday.

“We remain committed to the task of establishing peace and stability on Afghanistan’s territory so that it poses no threats to the region,” Lavrov said.

Lavrov also said Russia opposed the idea of allowing Afghan refugees to enter Central Asia, the former Soviet region that lies between Russia and Afghanistan or having U.S. troops there.

“If you think that any country in Central Asia or elsewhere is interested in becoming a target so that the Americans could fulfill their initiatives, I really doubt anyone needs that,” he told a briefing during a visit to Hungary.

Russia maintains close ties with Central Asia’s former Soviet republics and regards the region as part of its sphere of interest.

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