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Afghan Government feeling very uneasy lately

Discussion in 'Strategic & Foreign Affairs' started by Khanivore, Mar 17, 2019 at 7:56 AM.

  1. Khanivore

    Khanivore FULL MEMBER

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    Lately the Afghan government in Kabul is feeling the cold shoulder from the US over US & Taliban peace talks, and now, they're even more alarmed after PM Imran Khan dropped the bombshell: that soon there will be a new government in Kabul inclusive of all parties, e.g. - I'm guessing - the Taliban too? So irked by PM Imran Khan's remarks that they summoned a Pakistani envoy in Kabul to lodge a protest.

    Seems to me the Afghan government - and India - are about to see the winds of change.

    Props to PM Imran Khan for his diplomacy. Let's pray for a lasting peace in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    Kabul summons Pak envoy over Imran’s remarks

    Staff Report | March 17, 2019

    Afghanistan on Saturday summoned Pakistani envoy to lodge protest over remarks by Prime Minister Imran Khan speculating about a new government in Kabul following a possible peace settlement, the Afghan foreign ministry said.

    Imran Khan speaking at a public meeting in Bajaur tribal district on Friday had said that an inclusive government will be established in Afghanistan and peace will return to the war-torn country. “War will end and peace will return. There will be trade and the whole region will see prosperity. Afghanistan will be peaceful and will stand on own feet,” he had told a gathering.

    The Afghan government described the Pakistani prime minister’s remarks as interference in internal affairs of Afghanistan. The Afghan ministry summoned Pakistan’s counselor to clarify the remarks, spokesperson Sibghatullah Ahmadi tweeted. “Afghanistan expressed its grave objection on Pakistan’s government and deemed such remarks a flagrant interference in its internal affairs,” he said. Taliban and the US envoy wrapped up latest round of talks in Qatar last week. Both claimed progress, however failed to reach any agreement. Afghanistan’s reaction to the prime minister’s statement reflects anger in Kabul days after President Ashraf Ghani’s top security adviser slammed US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad over negotiations with the Taliban and ‘ignoring the elected government’. Taliban say they will not hold talks with the Kabul administration as they do not consider it as a party to the conflict and that the rulers have no powers to make decisions.

    Published in Daily Times, March 17th 2019.
     
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  2. MultaniGuy

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    This Afghanistan needs peace now.
    All foreign forces must leave Afghanistan.

    The world needs peace now.
     
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    Riz SENIOR MEMBER

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    Northern Alliance should need to pack its bags and get lost where they came from... Talibans are the one who fought with Soviets and liberated Afghanistan from them... They are the solo owners of Afghanistan
     
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    well US no longer needs afghan govt. they are planning to leave afghanistan. they dont care about afghan peace process . they never did. it was just a slogan which they raised to stay in afghanistan. now they will simply discard afghan govt . they history shows that US is a friend of anyone till the time she needs him. the moment they think that they no longer need that particular person or a country they get rid of him. pak should also get ready for economic sanctions. those fools who still talk about getting more F-16s should use their brain if they have any. there will be chaos in afghanistan. those afghanis dont know anything about peace. after a few months after US withdrawl afghanistan will be a battle ground for so many warlords.
     
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    they should feel uneasy...uncle trump has ditched his lap dog ghani...not like he had much of a choice...
     
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    There honeymoon period is over talibans are coming to hunt these indian puppets
     
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    LOL very very very enjoyable to see these child molesting barbarians in a frenzy.
     
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    With every gust of wind, Ashraf Ghani's A$$ tears apart. His days are over.
     
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