Afghan Territory Can’t Use by India Any More
September 1, 2021
Recalling the government’s determination to assist in the establishment of an inclusive government in Afghanistan, the federal cabinet raised hopes on Tuesday that, following the Taliban’s takeover of the neighboring country, India would not have been able to use Afghan land against Pakistan.
Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said at a press conference following the cabinet meeting on Tuesday, “The new Afghan officials have taken a firm stance, and we hope that they will not enables Afghan land to be used by any country, and that there will be a decline in Indian wrongdoings and financing to use Afghan land against Pakistan”.
He stated that the air route established continue providing assistance to Afghanistan would continue to operate. The minister raised the possibility that Afghanistan’s “40-year sad tale” would come to an end, allowing Afghans to breathe a “sigh of relief” and Pakistan to enhance its relations with a stable neighbor. “We have a message for the Afghan people: we wish and hope for your peaceful coexistence, and we will do everything we can to help.”
He said Pakistan’s role in the continued emergency situations was being applauded around the world, and that “we will continue to support in the event of an emergency.” He claimed that all Pakistanis who desired to be sent off had already been expelled from the country. Concerning the acceptance of a new regime, he stated that Pakistan’s policy was clear: it would not make a unilateral decision. “Before deciding to recognize the new Afghan regime, global and regional sentiments would be viewed.”
When questioned about recent violence on the Pakistani Forces from all over the Afghan border, he said, “It’s not as if the government will be transformed the next day.” According to the information minister, the cabinet responded positively with the 1.4 million “massive number of vaccinations” carried out in the country on Monday.