The Muscovite government has announced plans to buy food from the Taliban

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It's the Taliban that signed a deal with Russia to buy Russian oil and wheat. The Taliban government has struggled to fight ISIS-K, which gained a stronghold in Afghanistan and attacked Moscow earlier this year. The Moscow attack has given both the Kremlin and Taliban impetus to work together to fight ISIS-K.

"When terrorists attack Russia, Russians tend to believe that the terrorists are secretly aided or supported by the U.S.,"Barnett Rubin, a distinguished fellow at the Center on International Cooperation at New York University, said in an interview. This was despite the U.S. having warned Moscow of a potential attack from an Afghanistan-based group in the days before.

Analysts said there will not be any plans for any Russian troops or personnel to be stationed in Afghanistan, but simply for Moscow to support the Taliban in its fight against ISIS-K and other terror groups from Central Asia.

 


It's the Taliban that signed a deal with Russia to buy Russian oil and wheat. The Taliban government has struggled to fight ISIS-K, which gained a stronghold in Afghanistan and attacked Moscow earlier this year. The Moscow attack has given both the Kremlin and Taliban impetus to work together to fight ISIS-K.

"When terrorists attack Russia, Russians tend to believe that the terrorists are secretly aided or supported by the U.S.,"Barnett Rubin, a distinguished fellow at the Center on International Cooperation at New York University, said in an interview. This was despite the U.S. having warned Moscow of a potential attack from an Afghanistan-based group in the days before.

Analysts said there will not be any plans for any Russian troops or personnel to be stationed in Afghanistan, but simply for Moscow to support the Taliban in its fight against ISIS-K and other terror groups from Central Asia.


 

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