Chinese and Pakistan foreign ministers Wang Yi (right) and Shah Mahmood Qureshi during their meeting in Chengdu on July 24. Photo: Xinhua Chinese and Pakistan foreign ministers Wang Yi (right) and Shah Mahmood Qureshi during their meeting in Chengdu on July 24. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese and Pakistan foreign ministers Wang Yi (right) and Shah Mahmood Qureshi during their meeting in Chengdu on July 24. Photo: Xinhua

China-Pakistan alliance in Afghanistan worries India, as Taliban offensive continues

  • New Delhi’s strained ties with Beijing and Islamabad have left it wary of how both are working together in Afghanistan as international troops exit the country
  • The issue will be on the agenda when US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits India this week to meet with PM Narendra Modi and Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar

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Chinese and Pakistan foreign ministers Wang Yi (right) and Shah Mahmood Qureshi during their meeting in Chengdu on July 24. Photo: Xinhua Chinese and Pakistan foreign ministers Wang Yi (right) and Shah Mahmood Qureshi during their meeting in Chengdu on July 24. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese and Pakistan foreign ministers Wang Yi (right) and Shah Mahmood Qureshi during their meeting in Chengdu on July 24. Photo: Xinhua
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