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Shortly after National Security Advisor Ajit Doval met Iran’s top security officer Ali Akbar Ahmadian in Kazakhstan on Wednesday, Islamic terrorists with bases in Pakistan launched a significant strike close to the India-run port of Chabahar in Iran, killing eleven members of the armed forces.

Doval lamented the loss of Iranian advisors in an Israeli airstrike on Iran’s consulate in Damascus during his meeting with Ahmadian, and they talked about bilateral security and economic cooperation. The MEA expressed its distress over the rising tensions in West Asia and encouraged all parties to refrain from acting in a way that violated internationally recognised standards and universally accepted principles.

During his address to the SCO gathering of national security advisors in Astana, Doval had listed a number of terrorist organisations that were based in Pakistan and that need action. He

Uzbekistan is among the nations showing a growing interest in the port, which will lessen the significance of Pakistan’s Gwadar port, which it is promoting as a substitute communications route to Central Asian nations. Afghanistan is also interested to use the pipeline, which will reroute traffic from the Karachi port, given the collapse of its ties with Pakistan.

26 people were killed in Jaish al-Adl’s attack on the IRGC’s defences in Chabahar and the nearby Rask camp: 15 militants and 11 members of the security forces.

In February, Iran attacked the safe havens of Jaish al-Adl in Pakistan, resulting in the death of a top commander. Pakistan responded with retaliatory airstrikes in Iran, supposedly to destroy militants who were aiming for Islamabad.

“Rask and Chabahar’s status is under

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