Pakistan protests Afghan govt accusations: ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Monday shared ‘significant concerns’ over the recent irresponsible declarations of the Covering leadership and also advised them to successfully make use of readily available discussion forums like the Afghanistan-Pakistan Activity Prepare For Tranquility and also Solidarity (APAPPS) to resolve all reciprocal concerns.
Covering President Ashraf Ghani accused Pakistan of harboring the Taliban in an interview with the German publication ‘Der Spiegel’.
The Foreign Office of Pakistan made a solid demarche with the Afghan ambassador in Pakistan Najibullah Alikhel versus the accusations.
“The names of different decision-making bodies of the Taliban are Quetta Shura, Miramshah Shura and Peshawar Shura called after the Pakistani cities where they lie. There is a deep relationship with the state,” Ashraf Ghani had affirmed.
Remarkably, these allegations from Kabul come after the current check out earlier this month to Afghanistan by Military Principal General Qamar Bajwa, after which Ashraf Ghani had praisedPakistan.
He had also stated that he would soon see Pakistan.
“Covering head of state thanked the COAS for a purposeful discussion and appreciated Pakistan’s genuine and positive function in the Covering Tranquility Refine,” the ISPR had stated in a statement.
The Foreign Office labelled the meeting of Ashraf Ghani the one in which he had actually made groundless complaints against Pakistan.
“Pakistan has actually highlighted that groundless complaints deteriorate trust fund as well as vitiate the environment in between the two brotherly countries and also disregard positive duty being played by Pakistan in helping with the Afghan peace procedure,” stated the Consular service.