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No intention to destabilise Pakistan: Abdullah

No intention to destabilise Pakistan: Abdullah

Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah. – A file photo

May 09, 2017

PESHAWAR, 9 May: Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah has said Afghanistan has no intention of war with Pakistan.

Talking to Pakistani journalists in Kabul on Monday, Abdullah said Pakistan should also take action against militants like Afghanistan, which is taking action against militants operating against Pakistan. Abdullah accepted the successes of Pakistan Army’s operation Zarb-e-Azb against militants. However, he demanded that Pakistan should also act against militants operating against Afghanistan. He claimed that Afghanistan doesn’t differentiate between the good and bad Taliban.

The Afghan chief executive made it clear that Afghanistan neither has the capability to destabilise, and it had no such intention. He said he has never issued any instructions against the interests of Pakistan. He said no one can play better role then Pakistan in the Afghan reconciliation process. However, he said, the current situation is far from satisfactory.

Abdullah said the impression of blaming Pakistan for every misdeed is wrong. He said Taliban are our enemies and they should be forced to come to negotiations table. He said the visit of Pakistan’s parliamentary delegation to Afghanistan was a positive step.

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