The dragon is afraid of even touching the rare treasure of Afghanistan, know why Jinping’s dream is being shattered? – न्यूज़लीड India

The dragon is afraid of even touching the rare treasure of Afghanistan, know why Jinping’s dream is being shattered?

The dragon is afraid of even touching the rare treasure of Afghanistan, know why Jinping’s dream is being shattered?


dragon scared in afghanistan

The Taliban rulers of Afghanistan are repeatedly offering China to come to Afghanistan to extract rare mineral deposits, but the cowardly dragon is unable to even dare to enter Afghanistan. China’s new Foreign Minister Qin Gang has urged Afghan Foreign Minister Muttaki to ensure the safety of Chinese nationals in Afghanistan following the devastating attack on a Kabul hotel in November-December last year. Meanwhile, the Chinese Foreign Minister told the Afghan Foreign Minister that “China attaches great importance to the security of Chinese personnel, institutions and projects in Afghanistan. It is expected that the Afghan side will take strict measures to ensure the security of Chinese personnel and institutions in Afghanistan.” Will pick up

ISIS targeting China

ISIS targeting China

Actually, the reason for China’s entrapment in Afghanistan is ISIS-Khorasan, a terrorist organization active against the Taliban. The Islamic State-Khorasan claimed responsibility for the Kabul hotel attack on 12 December 2022, in which five Chinese nationals were injured. ISIS-Khorasan is specifically targeting Chinese citizens and projects in Afghanistan. Therefore, China is very apprehensive about new investment in Afghanistan. Recently, there were also reports that the Taliban administration is very angry with China’s attitude.

China's eye in Afghanistan

China’s eye in Afghanistan

When the US pulled out of Afghanistan in 2020, Beijing accelerated the exercise of working in the Afghan territories rich in mineral deposits. A rare mineral deposit top of China’s mind is lithium, which, according to some estimates, has vast deposits in Afghanistan and rivals the world’s largest lithium reserves in Bolivia. China’s ambition to become the next global hub of electric vehicles (EVs) and other electric appliance industries is betting on a lithium boom. This has prompted Chinese state and private enterprises, like most Western players, to thrash Afghanistan’s lithium reserves. So China tried to start the search to secure lithium illegally.

America had discovered mineral deposits

America had discovered mineral deposits

In 2001 the US overthrew the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. After which the American Geological Society’s survey started a survey inside Afghanistan. In 2006 American researchers also carried out airborne missions for magnetic gravity and hyperspectral surveys. In which it was found that apart from iron, copper, cobalt, gold, huge minerals of industrially important lithium and niobium are present in Afghanistan. These are such minerals, which can change the fate of any country forever overnight. At the same time, James Stavridis, NATO’s 16th Supreme Allied Commander, said last year that “China wants to tighten as much control as possible over the strategic supply chain for everything from microchips to electric car batteries, which is why it dominates Kabul.” want.’

Lithium is a very rare metal

Lithium is a very rare metal

Out of all these minerals, due to the demand of Lithium, Afghanistan is also called ‘Saudi Arabia’. Actually, lithium is used in batteries ranging from cars to laptops and mobiles. The US Department of Defense, the Pentagon itself, had said that Afghanistan’s lithium would go to Saudi Arabia. In view of climate change, it is certain that in the coming times, the demand for electronic equipment is going to increase significantly instead of fossil fuels. In such a situation, the huge presence of minerals like lithium can change the fate of Afghanistan forever, provided it is used properly and it is used by the government to be formed inside Afghanistan. No external power should control him.

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