Kabul attack forces Afghanistan chief executive Abdullah to delay India visit

Katrina Barker
October 2, 2017

"We are keen to work with the United States in effectively managing the Afghan border and in facilitating a peace process to the extent we can", he said.

Denying any such backing, he expressed concern that differences within the global community could impact counter-terrorism efforts within the country.

Afghanistan faces "some serious challenges" in maintaining relations with Pakistan, said Chief Executive of Afghanistan Dr Abdullah Adbullah in New Delhi on Friday.

"Now evident that DawnLeaks was a deliberate attempt by PMLN to target Pak mly at a time when it is fighting our enemies on multiple fronts", he tweeted, quoting Asif's statement that Nawaz Sharif paid a political price for peace efforts with India. He added that India did not reciprocate these sentiments. India can not deny deliberately killing innocent civilians while committing unprovoked ceasefire violations in AJK and in the vicinity of the working boundary. "Let me quote what appeared in the worldwide print media and in the reports of Human Rights organisations with reference to Indian use of pellet guns in Kashmir", he added. "The New Development Partnership was described as paving the way for the new generation partnership in development cooperation between the two countries", Mr Kumar said.

Under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) initiative, thousands of Chinese workers are living in Pakistan, and Ahsan Iqbal labeled them as "national heroes".

"Unless this cycle is reversed, we would continue to bear the brunt".

He claimed there are about 66 militant groups operating in India of which only four were related to Pakistan.

Zakaria said Pakistan wanted to see peace and stability in Afghanistan. Azerbaijan and the USA have always worked together to counteract the proliferation of nuclear weapons and drug trafficking, as well as ensure security in the Caspian region and beyond.

He rejected a recent report of Federation of American Scientists that alleged that Pakistan's nuclear assets were at risk of falling into the terrorist hands. "The US has helped us deal with our electricity shortages and the USAID is supporting one of the largest Fulbright Scholarship Programmes for Pakistan-especially for women".

Apart from citing security clearance from intelligence agencies, the ministry said that some countries have expressed concern over the MML which used a social media campaign with the JuD head Hafiz Saeed's photographs on the banners.

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