ISLAMABAD: Expelling the ‘destroyers’ in Kabul, Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf on Thursday said harsh and deceptive remarks from some Afghan officials, who described them as “forced” on Afghan people “like their superiors”, are trying to make an effort. partnering with the two countries to divert attention from their own shortcomings.
Speaking on Twitter, Moeed Yusuf said, “Pakistan remains committed to the political process in Afghanistan. In this spirit, Prime Minister Imran Khan agreed to meet. [Afghan] President [Ashraf] Ghani will soon continue our relationship. ”
He further added that Afghanistan is being humiliated on a daily basis by these insane statements, adding, “The people of Afghanistan need to make sure that everyone can see the wrongs of the perpetrators.
He blamed the Afghan government for falsely claiming that Pakistan wanted to establish peace.
“Afghanistan is being humiliated every day by these slanderous statements. The people of Afghanistan need to make sure that everyone can see the horrors of the perpetrators. We will not allow a few dangerous ideas to interfere with Pakistan’s assistance to ALL Afghan peace and security,” Yusuf concluded.
The strong criticism was followed by an insult to Pakistan by Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh a day earlier and an attempt by Afghan President Ghani to accuse his government of interfering in Pakistan’s public affairs in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, while the Prime Minister Imran Khan was also present.
Pakistan has since re-established relations with Afghanistan’s Adviser Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib in a brutal insult to the country.