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July 9, 2016
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Pakistan disappointed over Afghan President’s hostile remarks  

Pakistan disappointed over Afghan President’s hostile remarks   

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has expressed its disappointment over hostile remarks of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at the NATO Summit.

In a statement, Pakistan’s Foreign Office said, “It is unfortunate that Afghan leaders continue to make hostile statements and blame Pakistan for all failures in Afghanistan.”

It said Pakistan has a genuine interest in peace in Afghanistan, therefore, Pakistan would continue to make every effort to help bring peace in Afghanistan.

“We also expect cooperation from Afghan government in our fight against terrorism through effective border management and denying sanctuaries to Tehreek-e-Taliban terrorists”, it said.

The Foreign Office also said that the need of the hour was close cooperation between the two countries rather than constant blame game by the Afghan government based on in accurate assumptions. (APP/Geo)

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