Afghanistan Rejects Pakistan’s Dossier


After India, Afghanistan has also rejected Pakistan’s so-called dossier.  In this regard, Kabul said that the UN-appointed delegation should allow Pakistan to submit the truth of its claim.  The Afghan Foreign Ministry has said that the plan for peace and unity between Pakistan and Afghanistan needs to be raised before the arrival of Prime Minister Imran Khan in Kabul this week.

 The dossier was rejected by India last Sunday.  It has been accused of increasing terrorist activity in India.  India has said that the world knows how much Pakistan has a role to play in increasing the number of terrorist activities by denying that dossier.  Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Chief of Army Staff General Babur Iftikhar issued the dossier last Saturday.  The dossier alleged that India had a secret involvement in terrorist activities.

They also alleged that India was cooperating with Afghanistan in a terrorist attack in Pakistan.  But Afghanistan has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Pakistan’s intelligence have been made more than once.  In response to the Pakistani allegations, the Afghan Foreign Ministry said that the allegations of the Pakistani military spokesman were being strongly refuted.  The Afghan Foreign Ministry added that Afghanistan was always committed to eliminating terrorists from the world.

 Afghanistan continues preparations for the visit of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan this week.  The Foreign Ministry said the two sides would discuss bilateral cooperation during the visit.  The Afghan Foreign Ministry has targeted militants on Pakistani soil.

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