Pakistan wish to see peace and stability in Afghanistan, says Asif

Pakistan wish to see peace and stability in Afghanistan, says Asif

Pakistan wish to see peace and stability in Afghanistan, says Asif

Pakistan has denied that it harbors terrorists and has said the United States is using Islamabad as a "scapegoat" for its own failure to win the 16-year war in Afghanistan.

United States ambassador to Pakistan David Hale said that President Donald Trump did not blame Pakistan for failure in Afghanistan.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on August 22 that, "Pakistan must adopt a different approach, and we are ready to work with them to help them protect themselves against terrorist organisations". Both sides have also squabbled over terrorist sanctuaries accusing each other of harbouring terrorists.

"We want to see peace and stability in Afghanistan and for that Pakistan will contribute and play its due role in all the initiatives taken to that end", Asif was quoted as saying by Radio Pakistan. Pakistan has much to gain from partnering with our effort in Afghanistan.

The two countries also squabble relentlessly over the border that separates the two.

Firefights between the armies have broken out as Pakistan seeks to fence it.

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On Sunday, Pakistan's foreign office announced that it had postponed a visit by a USA acting Assistant Secretary of State Alice Wells to discuss Washington's new Afghan policy, but at the time did not provide a reason.

120229-A-8536E-817 U.S. Army soldiers prepare to conduct security checks near the Pakistan border at Combat Outpost Dand Patan in Afghanistan's Paktya province on February 29, 2012.

The official visits to these states have been finalised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

President Mohamamd Ashraf Ghani on Friday said attacks on religious places was attack on Afghanistan and carried out by miscreants.

"The anti-government armed groups should choose".

"I am reaching out for peace to everyone", he said. "It is the time that they should choose that whether they are Afghans and have been grown by an Afghan mother or they are a tool of Khawarij (members of an evil group that appeared in the first century of Islam) for creating divisions (among the people of Afghanistan)", he said.

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