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Tag Archives: AFGHANISTAN

Co-operation with Pakistan, Afghanistan no threat to any third party: China

Beijing: China clarified on Wednesday that its plan to include Afghanistan into the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and a recently held trilateral meeting featuring the three countries does not target a ‘third party’ and that the project will be beneficial for ‘the whole region. The inclusion of Afghanistan into CPEC, …

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Pakistan no longer dependant on U.S. for military, other needs: PM

Islamabad: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday has said Pakistan is no longer dependent on the United States to meet its military and other requirements and would reach out to others if one source dries up. Prime Minister in an interview with Arab News said, “If one source dries …

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It is Afghanistan’s turn to destroy terrorist safe havens says Aizaz Chaudhary

Islamabad: Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States Aizaz Chaudhry on Wednesday said, “It is now Afghanistan’s turn to destroy terrorist safe havens on its soil”. In an interview with the state-owned television channel, Chaudhry reiterated that Pakistan has destroyed all terrorist safe havens on its soil. ‘Pakistan is willing to work with …

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Rex Tillerson felicitates Foreign Minister on Independence Day

Islamabad: United States (US) Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Monday to felicitate him on the 70th Independence Day anniversary of Pakistan, Radio Pakistan reported. According to the statement, he conveyed the best wishes on behalf of the US Government and the American people to …

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Pakistan wants peaceful relations with all its neighbours: Sartaj

Islamabad:Sartaj Aziz Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs has reiterated that Pakistan wanted peaceful relations with all its neighbours including India. While addressing a press conference with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, the Advisor said Pakistan has consistently emphasized that peace and stability in Afghanistan was in its interest …

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