Publish dateTuesday 9 July 2024 - 16:19
Story Code : 293275
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari: Pakistan
Former Foreign Minister and Pakistan People's Party leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has recently said that the solution to the problems of Afghanistan and Pakistan is complex and cannot be solved by drinking a cup of tea.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Former Foreign Minister and Pakistan People's Party leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said at a news conference on tensions between Afghanistan and Pakistan that the solution to the problems of the two countries is complicated and can not be solved by drinking a cup of tea. 
"Resolving these tensions is complicated," he said at a news conference on Monday.
The Pakistan People's Party (PPP) chief told a news conference that the problems between the two countries could not be solved by going to Afghanistan or having a cup of tea.
After the Islamic Emirate came to power in Afghanistan, pictures of Pakistani intelligence chief Faiz Hamid were drinking tea at the Serena Hotel during a visit to Kabul. Zardari is said to be referring to the Pakistani official.
Meanwhile, media reported that the Islamic Emirate delegation met with the Pakistani delegation at the third Doha summit in Qatar, which was held about two years ago.
Zardari also said that not all issues are under Afghanistan's control.
Imran Khan has recently called for the resumption of relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Tensions between Islamabad and Kabul have escalated after Pakistani Defense Minister Khawaja Asif's recent comments about invading Afghanistan.
In an interview with VOA, Khawaja Asif recently announced the attack on TTP cross-border hideouts in Afghanistan under the name of Operation Determination.
He stressed that there was no reason to negotiate with the TTP.
In another part of the conversation, Asif said he would attack TTP hideouts if necessary and because the issue of Pakistan's security is very important.
The Pakistani official said the group operates from Afghanistan, but also has hideouts inside Afghanistan.
He also confirmed the attacks in an interview with the BBC.
"If we are attacked, we will attack," Asif said.
After these statements, the Islamic Emirate officials warned against any attack inside Afghanistan.
Sohail Shaheen, head of the Islamic Emirate's political office in Qatar, said in response to the remarks that we will not harm anyone and will not allow anyone to harm us.
The Ministry of Defense also said in a statement that these statements would not benefit anyone, Khwaja Asif's words were unconsidered and an attempt to muddy the waters.
The Ministry of Defense warned that anyone who violates our privacy under any pretext will be held responsible for the consequences.
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