First guest of Taliban will be Pakistan’s Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Pakistan’s first guest of Taliban will be Pakistan’s Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Mahmood Qureshi of Pakistan will be the first guest of Taliban
- Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi may visit Afghanistan on August 22
- Qureshi said Pakistan is determined to play a “positive role” in Afghanistan
- After taking control of Afghanistan, Pakistan’s relations with the Taliban have come out in the open.
New Delhi: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi is likely to visit Afghanistan on 22 August ie Sunday; This will be the first visit to Kabul by a minister of any country since the takeover of the Taliban. Qureshi on Friday said that Pakistan is determined to play a “positive role” in Afghanistan. He also urged Taliban insurgents and former leaders of the war-ravaged country to form an all-inclusive political government after mutual consultations. .
He said that no one is ready to face bloodshed in Afghanistan and people are looking for peace and stability in the country which has been taken over by Taliban insurgents. Qureshi further said that the Pakistani envoy in Afghanistan is also in touch with various Afghan personalities.
Notably, Pakistan’s relations with the Taliban came into the open after the militant group took control of Afghanistan, a day after Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan supported the Taliban’s capture of Kabul, saying that Afghanistan was “slavery”. The shackles of” have been broken.
Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said this
Pakistan is accused of promoting a Taliban insurgency that eventually resulted in the capture of the country. Amid allegations of aiding the Taliban, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said his country will continue to play its part in bringing peace and stability to Afghanistan.
Calls for economic sanctions on Pakistan for its proxy war in Afghanistan
His remarks came days after protesters in several countries raised their voice against Islamabad’s role in the Afghanistan debacle and blamed Islamabad for helping the Taliban. Netizens across the world called for economic sanctions on Pakistan for its proxy war in Afghanistan and launched a massive anti-Pakistan campaign to protest Islamabad’s intervention in the war-ravaged country. Notably, on 15 August, Taliban insurgents barricaded in Kabul and captured the presidential palace before entering the city.
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