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Pakistan once again accused Afghanistan of supporting terrorism

Islamabad's Defense Minister announced that if Afghanistan closes TTP centers, terrorism will stop in Pakistan.
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According to the regional office of Tasnim news agency, “Khwaja Pakistan’s Defense Minister Asif announced that Afghanistan should stop terrorism. ) accused.

Khwaja Asif said that if Afghanistan closes the centers of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, terrorism will stop in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Defense Minister pointed out that the Taliban government always emphasizes the dialogue between the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Taliban and the government of Islamabad and has also mediated between the two sides.

He stressed that the Pakistan-Afghanistan border should be like other international borders around the world and Afghan citizens should enter with visas. . But with the change of attitude of the Afghan government, our options for them are limited”.

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before Pakistani officials had repeatedly accused Afghanistan of supporting the opponents of this country.

“Zabihullah Mujahid”, the spokesman of the Taliban government, previously told the “National Television” of Afghanistan. He said that the ruling body will help to solve Pakistan’s security issues as much as possible.

He said that Kabul cannot help to ensure their security inside the territory of Pakistan and this issue is the responsibility of It is Islamabad.

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