Pakistan has paid the price in afghan war: Shah Mahmood Qureshi

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09th Aug, 2021. 11:00 pm
Shah Mehmood Qureshi Islamabad

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated that the failure or success of Afghan talks is solely based only on Afghanistan’s leadership.

The foreign minister said in a media conference that, “If Afghan talks succeed, it will be the success of the entire leadership of Afghanistan and if it fails, it is them to be blamed for it,”

Qureshi made it clear that Pakistan has chosen a path with no obscurity in it, and that there are no partialities for the country amongst the neighboring countries.

The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project is incrustation seditions, he further pointed towards incidences that occurred near Quetta, Dasu dam, Johar Town was attempted by analogous sets that aim to indignant the multi-billion dollar development.

He also made it clear that the efforts made by such groups will not succeed in any way, and the work on the CPEC assignment will endure towards the betterment of the country.

The foreign minister stated that Pakistan was not permitted to communicate at the UN Security Council on Afghanistan.

Qureshi claimed that they would observe the premiership of the forum in 2025, which is presently detained by India.

While commenting on the Afghan war, he further stated that the country has paid the hefty price in the Afghan war with its lives and money.

Qureshi stated, “We are on one page with the international community and the United States”.


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