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Afghan Taliban’s Muttaqi urges Islamabad, TTP to carry talks



ISLAMABAD: The Afghan Taliban’s interim overseas minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, rejected on Monday allegations that Afghanistan’s soil has been used for terrorist actions towards Pakistan and urged Islamabad and the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to resolve their variations via dialogue.
Responding to a query about alleged Indian intelligence involvement in terror financing of the TTP, Muttaqi rebuffed the accusation as mere propaganda. “Afghan soil has by no means been used towards any nation,” the Afghan minister remarked at a presser after talking at an occasion organised by the Institute of Strategic Research (ISS), an Islamabad-based assume tank.
The Afghan interim FM is at present on a four-day go to to Pakistan to attend bilateral and trilateral (Pakistan-China-Afghanistan) dialogues throughout which, he said, discussions across the area’s safety state of affairs had been additionally held.
The interim overseas minister mentioned the Afghan Taliban had helped provoke negotiations between Islamabad and TTP prior to now.
“We don’t need Afghan territory for use towards any nation because it’s not in Afghanistan’s curiosity,” he mentioned, urging the 2 sides to be extra targeted on dialogue.
Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have featured ups and down prior to now. Islamabad had held a number of rounds of Afghan Taliban-brokered talks with the TTP however negotiations broke down final 12 months over a set of calls for made by the militant group.
Throughout talks, the TTP had succeeded in influencing Pakistani authorities to launch dozens of its leaders and fighters languishing in detention centres throughout Pakistan.
Islamabad had grown angrier over the Taliban administration’s failure to reign within the TTP, accountable for the resurgence of terrorist assaults in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province within the northwest and Balochistan within the southwest. This April, the TTP had issued a press release claiming to have carried out 48 assaults on safety forces throughout Pakistan.
On the Afghan interim authorities’s ban on the schooling of ladies, Muttaqi mentioned the Taliban by no means mentioned that ladies’s schooling was “un-Islamic” or “prohibited”. He added that Kabul has solely suspended instructional actions of ladies till additional orders.



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