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Pakistan - August 28, 2017

Nobody wishes peace in Afghanistan like Pakistan does: Aizaz Chaudhry

ISLAMABAD (City News) – Pakistan’s Ambassador to Washington, Aizaz Chaudhry on Monday said that peace in Afghanistan is Pakistan’s most extreme wish.

Only conversing with Dunya News, Aizaz Chaudhry said that relations of Pakistan and United States are never feasible yet in the event that the two nations cooperate, they can without much of a stretch deal with every one of the debate. He said that Taliban should hold transactions with Afghan government to defeat the issue.

Nobody wishes peace in Afghanistan like Pakistan does as we have experienced a considerable measure this distress, he included.

Aizaz Chaudhry said that Pakistan has made so much commonsense strides and rendered gives up in war against psychological warfare.

On August 22, President Donald Trump cautioned Pakistan that Washington will never again endure Pakistan offering “places of refuge” to radicals.

“We can never again be quiet about Pakistan’s places of refuge for psychological militant associations,” Trump proclaimed, plotting another US security technique in South Asia.

“Pakistan has much to pick up from banding together with our exertion in Afghanistan. It has much to lose by proceeding to harbor culprits and fear based oppressors.” Going further, Trump recommended that military and other guide to Washington s atomic furnished partner is in question on the off chance that it doesn’t brace down on radicalism.

“We have been paying Pakistan billions of dollars in the meantime they are lodging the very fear mongers that we are battling,” he said.

“That should change and that will change instantly,” he said. “It is the ideal opportunity for Pakistan to devote to human advancement and request and peace.”

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