Publish dateTuesday 18 July 2023 - 18:49
Story Code : 273457
US: IEA is Responsible to Prevent Afghanistan from Becoming ‘Safe Haven’ for Terrorists
The United States asked the Islamic Emirate to prevent their country from becoming a “safe haven” for terrorist attacks.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, Matthew Miller, a spokesman for the US State Department, made the statement a day after the Pakistan Army blamed Kabul for the rise in militancy, saying that “safe havens and liberty of action” provided by Kabul, along with the most recent weapons available to militants from Afghanistan, allowed them to conduct attacks inside Pakistan, Dawn reported.
Islamabad has expressed concern over extremists using Afghanistan territory for cross-border terrorism on several occasions. The military has said that it expects the Islamic Emirate authorities to take action against militants and follow the Doha agreement.
The Pakistani military reported that nine officers were killed after militants attacked an army installation in Balochistan province, and three others died in the exchange of fire last week.
“The Doha peace agreement has been signed with America, and Afghanistan’s soil will not be used against Pakistan, and Pakistan is a brotherly and Muslim country,” said Zabihullah Mujahid.
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