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Islamabad Asked To Change Its ‘Wrong Policies’

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    Posted: 16-Jul-2017 at 12:33am
Islamabad Asked To Change Its ‘Wrong Policies’ Toward Afghanistan


On the second day of the 4th Afghanistan-Central Asia Dialogue conference in Bamiyan, Bushra Gohar, the senior vice-president of Pakistan’s Awami National Party, said that insurgency would harm Pakistan if Islamabad did not change its “negative policies” towards Afghanistan.

She said Pakistan has always vowed to help secure peace and stability in Afghanistan, but added that Islamabad has not delivered on its promises in this respect. 

According to her, Pakistan’s wrong policy is the main reason which divides Afghanistan and Pakistan.

“Same as (a Pakistani leader Khan Abdul) Wali Khan says if we throw stones to other houses we will not receive flowers in return. If we let our soil to be used by insurgent groups among whom there is no good (terrorists) and bad (terrorists), they will use our soil (for their own interests),” she said.

She said peace with the Taliban would mean giving legitimacy to the group.

“They (Taliban) do not deserve to be talked to; they are those whose hands are red with the blood of innocent people. They (the Taliban) must be isolated,” she said in a response to question by TOLOnews reporter about talks with the Taliban.

At the same event, an advisor to Iran Foreign Ministry Sayed Rasul Musavi rejected Tehran’s support to insurgents saying that insecurity in Afghanistan is not in favor of his country.

He also rejected Iran’s interference in Afghanistan’s affairs. 

“Our problems have increased whenever we had a negative situation in Afghanistan either migrants problems or border problems between Iran and Afghanistan,” he said.

A member of the High Peace Council meanwhile labeled lack of rule of law and drugs mafia influence in government as the main reasons behind insecurity and instability in the country.

“Those who have weapons they will have more power, those who have money they will have extra power. Unfortunately, the international community is involved in unjust distribution of money,” the HPC deputy chief Habiba Sarabi said.

Representatives of at least 10 countries attended the two-day Afghanistan-Central Asia Dialogue conference in Bamiyan where they discussed ways to create coordination in the region in order to cope with the challenges on the ground, namely terrorism.

http://www.tolonews.com/afghanistan/islamabad-asked-change-its-‘wrong-policies’-toward-afghanistan

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