Kabul [Afghanistan], July 9 (ANI): The Taliban will not engage in dialogue with the government of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani as long as Pakistani military and intelligence agencies continue to provide sanctuaries to terrorists, prominent Afghan experts say. Said. In an interview with Germany’s DW, journalist and best-selling foreign policy author of several books on
Kabul [Afghanistan], July 9 (ANI): The Taliban will not engage in dialogue with the government of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani as long as Pakistani military and intelligence agencies continue to provide sanctuaries to terrorists, prominent Afghan experts say. Said.
In an interview with Germany’s DW, journalist and best-selling foreign policy author of several books on Afghanistan, Ahmed Rashid said the chaotic situation in Afghanistan “may inhale neighboring countries.” It was. The end of Afghanistan. “
“Why do they have to do so when their leaders and their families are safe? If Pakistan wants to show its integrity, it will immediately give the Taliban leaders their sanctuary Quetta or Peshawar. Need to compromise or leave, “Rashid said.
Violence is escalating in Afghanistan as foreign troops withdraw from war-torn countries.
While the Afghan troops retaliated and launched a counterattack against the Taliban, the Taliban advanced and dominated several areas in the northern part of the country, threatening a full-scale civil war.
Recently, hundreds of Afghan security personnel have withdrawn across the Tajik-Afghan border in response to the Taliban’s advance in northern Afghanistan.
Islamabad has been accused of supporting the Taliban and using the Taliban as an agent for its own benefit. However, despite increasing evidence, it continues to deny ties to terrorist groups.
Recently, Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed admitted that the Taliban family in Afghanistan lives in his country, including the capital Islamabad.
Mr Ahmed also said the Taliban are being treated in a Pakistani hospital.
This was in contrast to what Pakistan claims. Last month, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Cresi denied the existence of a Taliban sanctuary in Pakistan.
He said the leader of the terrorist group was “in Afghanistan.” In addition, he denied the existence of such an institution in Pakistan, saying that he “has heard of these conditions for decades.” Afghan officials have long claimed that Pakistan would provide shelters and military aid to the Taliban.
But as the United States is about to end the 20-year war in Afghanistan, Pakistan’s allegations of interference with Afghanistan have become a major topic of debate in the Afghan media, DW said. ..
“We need to know that we are under attack from Pakistan. We are not fighting the Taliban. We are engaged in a proxy war in Pakistan,” said an Afghan lawmaker. Abdul Satter Fusaini spoke at a recent television talk show.
“The Taliban have no plans for Afghanistan and we are not ready to accept Pakistan’s plans,” he said. (ANI)
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