Afghanistan being embarrassed by its senior officers’ ‘idiotic statements’

National Security Adviser (NSA) Moeed Yusuf on Thursday stated that Afghanistan is being embarrassed each day as a consequence of “idiotic statements” handed by its senior officers.

“Vitriolic & delusional statements from some spoilers in Kabul who, unfortunately for our Afghan brothers and sisters, are imposed on them as their senior officials & are constantly attempting to vitiate bilateral relations on purpose to deflect attention from their own failures,” Moeed wrote on his official Twitter deal with.

He stated that Afghanistan is being embarrassed each day as a consequence of these idiotic statements, including that Afghans ought to relaxation assured that everybody can see via the nefarious agenda of those spoilers.

“We will not let a handful of venomous minds affect Pakistan’s support to ALL Afghans for peace and stability,” he added.

The NSA stated that Pakistan remained dedicated to facilitating an inclusive political settlement in Afghanistan. “In this spirit, PM Imran Khan agreed to meet President Ghani recently to continue our engagement.”

On July 16, Premier Imran had informed President Ghani that Pakistan could be the final county to attempt to destabilise his nation and pressured the necessity for the Afghan stakeholders and the worldwide group to gear up efforts for a “politically negotiated settlement” there.

Responding to the speech of Ghani at a convention on ‘Central and South Asia Regional Connectivity, Challenges and Opportunities’ in Tashkent, Imran stated that blaming Pakistan for the continued unrest within the war-battered nation was “extremely unfair”.

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“Mr Ghani, I want to make it clear to you that Pakistan will be the last country to think about supporting turmoil and unrest in Afghanistan,” the prime minister stated. “Blaming Pakistan for what is going on in Afghanistan is extremely unfair…Peace in Afghanistan is our foremost priority.”

He requested Afghanistan to contemplate Pakistan as a “partner of peace” fairly than blaming it for the continued unrest, which he stated was the “outcome of using a military solution by the United States instead of a political one”.

Rejecting the assertions of Ghani made in opposition to Pakistan for “not supporting peace”, Imran categorically acknowledged that Pakistan didn’t need turmoil in its neighbourhood as a result of peace was in its personal curiosity. He added that Pakistan would proceed to help reconciliation in Afghanistan.

He talked about that as a result of decades-long battle in Afghanistan, Pakistan suffered closely when it comes to its 70,000 casualties, in addition to going through big financial instability. He additionally talked about three million Afghan refugees and added that Pakistan didn’t have the capability to bear one other inflow.

PM Imran stated that Pakistan’s economic system is recovering after a troublesome section. “Pakistan wants peace in the neighbourhood to ensure the completion of development projects for the betterment of the entire region.”

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The premier stated Pakistan had made each effort for peace in Afghanistan, together with bringing the Taliban to the dialogue desk. However, he stated that the correct time to interact the Taliban in negotiations was approach earlier than the pull-out of the US troops from Afghanistan.

“Why would the Taliban listen to Pakistan at a time when they are gaining victory after the withdrawal of troops,” he identified, including that the US at all times insisted on a navy answer to the Afghan battle.

He referred to his talks with Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on Thursday, wherein, he stated, he mentioned simply how the neighbouring nations of Central Asia might help peace and stability in Afghanistan for the area’s prosperity.

Pakistan, he continued, believed in regional connectivity by selling the land and sea linkages. He stated Pakistan’s Gwadar seaport had the potential to cater to the wants of Central Asia and South Asia as a regional transportation hub. He described the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) because the harbinger of growth and prosperity for the area, benefitting the 2 areas.

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