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Afghanistan’s neighbours ‘practical’ on Kabul state of affairs: Qureshi

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi
International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who lately concluded a four-nation tour of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran, has mentioned that Afghanistan’s neighbours had been “totally conscious” of the state of affairs in Kabul and their strategy in the direction of the problem “was practical”.

In a press release issued on Saturday, the overseas minister detailed his findings after holding dialogues with regional management surrounding Afghanistan. “I had the chance to find out about their views on Afghanistan throughout my four-nation tour,” he mentioned.

“The complete area will profit if there’s peace and stability in Afghanistan,” Qureshi mentioned, including that the Taliban management was additionally involved with all of the nations.

“The folks of Afghanistan have been coping with wars for many years and need peace. They’re struggling for the errors made previously. We have to be taught from the errors made previously in order that they aren’t repeated.”

If there’s a constructive message coming from Afghanistan, it needs to be inspired, Qureshi mentioned, including that isolating Afghanistan could be detrimental to all.

The minister mentioned the world was “expressing confidence” in Pakistan, including that the nation’s position as a mediator in Afghanistan had additionally been praised.

“Pakistan helps evacuate the diplomatic workers of a number of nations from Afghanistan,” he mentioned. “Pakistan Worldwide Airways has performed an essential position on this regard.”

Commenting on neighbouring India, he mentioned that it was on the high of the listing of “spoilers” within the area. He mentioned India was finishing up “detrimental actions” to hurt Pakistan and was bent upon destroying peace within the area.

The minister denied that the border with Afghanistan had been closed, including that solely “border administration measures” have been taken.