Taliban government upset over provocative statements by Pakistan
The chief spokesperson of the Taliban government, Zabiullah Mujahid has said that the Afghanistan government desired better relations with all its neighbors, including Pakistan, and believed in all the resources and means that could help them meet the goal.
According to the media reports, the statement of Zabiullah Mujahid came a day after the NSC, asked the government in Kabul — without naming it — not to provide sanctuaries to Pakistani terrorist groups on its soil.
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The Taliban Spokesperson expressed his disappointment over the recent statements by the Pakistani authorities. He said they are trying their best to ensure that Afghan soil is not used against Pakistan or any other country.
The spokesperson of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, Zabiullah Mujahid said, “It is also the responsibility of the Pakistan side to try to control the situation and avoid issuing baseless and provocative statements. Such statements and an atmosphere of mistrust are not in the interest of any party.”
“The Afghanistan government does not only give importance to peace and stability inside the country but in the entire region,” he said and vowed that his country would continue its efforts in this regard.