Pakistan declares to refuse force on Afghanistan rule
(MENAFN)In accordance with Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry, the country is going to “not take any pressure” from the global society over its future rule on Afghanistan.
Asim Iftikhar Ahmad, ministry spokesperson stated in response to an inquiry in a weekly news meeting, Islamabad is going to take “independent decisions” when identifying the short-term Taliban government.
Ministry spokesperson’s remarks was only days following the US blame Pakistan of having a “multiplicity of interests” in Afghanistan and notified that it “needs to line up with a broad majority of the international community” on the problem.
Ahmad also affirmed “There is no pressure, and we do not take any pressure. We will take independent decisions in line with our interests.”
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