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Afghanistan is not fulfilling its right to be a neighboring and brotherly country, Khawaja Asif

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Islamabad: Defense Minister Khawaja Asif has said that Afghanistan is not fulfilling its right to be a neighboring and brotherly country.

Defense Minister Khawaja Asif, while giving a statement on Pakistan-Afghan relations on the social networking site Twitter, said that Afghanistan is not complying with the Doha Agreement.

The Defense Minister has said that 50 to 60 million Afghans have taken refuge in Pakistan with all their rights for 40-50 years, while the terrorists who shed the blood of Pakistanis have sanctuaries on Afghan soil.

He said that this situation cannot continue any longer, Pakistan will use all resources to protect its land and citizens.

  Yesterday, Army Chief General Syed Asim Munir also said on the occasion of his visit to Quetta Garrison that the armed forces have serious concerns about the safe havens of the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and independent terrorist activities in Afghanistan. Army Chief General Asim Munir further said that the involvement of Afghan nationals in terrorist activities in Pakistan is another major concern that needs to be addressed and removed immediately. He further said that the indiscriminate operation against terrorists will continue, the armed forces will not rest until the menace of terrorism is eradicated from the country. It should be noted that in February 2020, a historic peace agreement was signed between the US and the Afghan Taliban to end the 18-year war. Pakistan played a key role in reaching this agreement, for which both the US and the Taliban thanked Pakistan. was paid Under the Doha agreement, the Afghan Taliban had to ensure that Afghan territory would not be used against the United States and its allies, and that Afghan territory would not be used by terrorist organizations, including Al-Qaeda.

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