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China to takeover action in Afghanistan amid US withdrawal, Asian peace on stake

China appears to be preparing to ramp up its involvement in Afghanistan amid US troops withdrawal with Beijing eyeing the war-torn nation for investment and influence opportunities.

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This seems a US blunder as it's leaving with no substantial gains against the terror groups and a happy meal for china in Asia, strategic power shift. 

China looks set to fasten its involvement in Afghanistan amid US withdrawal - Beijing is looking at a war-torn country by investing and influencing opportunities and take over the economic opportunity.

According to The New York Post, in recent weeks, Beijing has been criticizing the United States for continuing its withdrawal from the military, citing a worsening situation. However, it has never committed itself to the public about the response.

US President Joe Biden has set a September 11 deadline for the release of a number of Afghan soldiers.

Citing media reports, the Newspaper newspaper reported that Kabul authorities have been in close contact with Chinese leaders as the two work for an investment agreement in Afghanistan's infrastructure through China's "Belt and Road Initiative".

By the way, the trillion-dollar program has funded a number of projects - often focusing on complex infrastructure such as airports, roads and ports - across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It has been used by the Chinese Communist Party of China to increase its influence by providing infrastructure loans to poor countries with the aim of controlling local resources.
A media report said the agreement would add $ 62 billion to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a major project of the Beijing-led program.

"There is a discussion on the Peshawar-Kabul road between the Kabul and Beijing authorities," the New York Post reported. "Linking Kabul with Peshawar by road means the official joining of Afghanistan for CPEC," the organization said.

The store also reported that last month, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian confirmed that China and Afghanistan had held talks on the extension of the CPEC, although he declined to discuss the matter further.

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