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DAVOS: Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani said on Thursday that Pakistan continued to give sanctuary to an insurgent group that helps the Taliban in its war against Kabul and the United States, directly contradicting an earlier statement by Pakistan’s prime minister, a British wire service reported.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan told reporters at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the Haqqani Network, which the United States has designated as a terrorist group, had no activities or bases in Pakistan.

“And you believed him?” Ghani, also at Davos, asked on Thursday. “One can also say that the earth does not revolve around the sun.” “This is a denial that is not helpful. We need to engage in a constructive engagement where the special relation between the Taliban and Pakistan ends. It is good for both countries and it is good for the region and the world.”

Reuters has contacted Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry for comment. Ghani also said that talks between the United States and the Taliban showed few signs of progress.

“The outcome the public seeks is an end to violence,” he said. “We want to see that the Taliban accepts a political process.” Ghani, who has led Afghanistan for six years, said that there was no chance the country would collapse when the United States withdraws its troops, as President Donald Trump has promised to do.

Violence in Afghanistan has increased in the past three years. But Ghani said his country’s military forces are stronger than they were. “The majority of the world thought we would collapse (following the withdrawal of 100,000 NATO troops in 2014),” he said. “Our military forces will not collapse.”

“The capacity to uphold the state has been created.” While Afghanistan has seen four decades of conflict, the president said the country’s biggest challenge was the environment.

“The elephant in the room is the environment, even more than conflict,” Ghani said. Warning that global warming, access to clean water and other environmental threats could push hundreds of millions around the world back into poverty, Ghani urged a regional approach to tackling climate change and said the environment could unite South Asia much as the community of steel and coal did Europe. “Everybody is responsible (for dealing with climate change),” he said. “Nobody is innocent.”
 

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i hope and wish its true......the kind of neighbors we have in our east and west Pakistan should openly shelter and use them.
 
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Mr ashraf dealing with Indians will cost you toll and other taxes. Either you pay it like the international rules say it to be or your merchandise stays back in your wannabe blonde utopia. BTW I heard afghan police and customs are responsible for abducting and transporting young afghan girls to the pimps in India who then sell them off as brides to mainly high caste folks to have white babies
 
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DAVOS: Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani said on Thursday that Pakistan continued to give sanctuary to an insurgent group that helps the Taliban in its war against Kabul and the United States, directly contradicting an earlier statement by Pakistan’s prime minister, a British wire service reported.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan told reporters at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the Haqqani Network, which the United States has designated as a terrorist group, had no activities or bases in Pakistan.

“And you believed him?” Ghani, also at Davos, asked on Thursday. “One can also say that the earth does not revolve around the sun.” “This is a denial that is not helpful. We need to engage in a constructive engagement where the special relation between the Taliban and Pakistan ends. It is good for both countries and it is good for the region and the world.”

Reuters has contacted Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry for comment. Ghani also said that talks between the United States and the Taliban showed few signs of progress.

“The outcome the public seeks is an end to violence,” he said. “We want to see that the Taliban accepts a political process.” Ghani, who has led Afghanistan for six years, said that there was no chance the country would collapse when the United States withdraws its troops, as President Donald Trump has promised to do.

Violence in Afghanistan has increased in the past three years. But Ghani said his country’s military forces are stronger than they were. “The majority of the world thought we would collapse (following the withdrawal of 100,000 NATO troops in 2014),” he said. “Our military forces will not collapse.”

“The capacity to uphold the state has been created.” While Afghanistan has seen four decades of conflict, the president said the country’s biggest challenge was the environment.

“The elephant in the room is the environment, even more than conflict,” Ghani said. Warning that global warming, access to clean water and other environmental threats could push hundreds of millions around the world back into poverty, Ghani urged a regional approach to tackling climate change and said the environment could unite South Asia much as the community of steel and coal did Europe. “Everybody is responsible (for dealing with climate change),” he said. “Nobody is innocent.”
And Mr Ashraf, you are also not willing to take those "insurgents". When we try to send them back, you accuse us for being cruel.
First decide, what is our role, then talk.
 

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This douche was dozing off somebody has tapped him out of the slumber.
Time to earn your salary.
 
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Why would we shelter insurgents when Kabul regime can't control 60% of Afghanistan. There are more caves and mountains on the Afghan side, not on this side.

DAVOS: Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani said on Thursday that Pakistan continued to give sanctuary to an insurgent group that helps the Taliban in its war against Kabul and the United States, directly contradicting an earlier statement by Pakistan’s prime minister, a British wire service reported.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan told reporters at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the Haqqani Network, which the United States has designated as a terrorist group, had no activities or bases in Pakistan.

“And you believed him?” Ghani, also at Davos, asked on Thursday. “One can also say that the earth does not revolve around the sun.” “This is a denial that is not helpful. We need to engage in a constructive engagement where the special relation between the Taliban and Pakistan ends. It is good for both countries and it is good for the region and the world.”

Reuters has contacted Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry for comment. Ghani also said that talks between the United States and the Taliban showed few signs of progress.

“The outcome the public seeks is an end to violence,” he said. “We want to see that the Taliban accepts a political process.” Ghani, who has led Afghanistan for six years, said that there was no chance the country would collapse when the United States withdraws its troops, as President Donald Trump has promised to do.

Violence in Afghanistan has increased in the past three years. But Ghani said his country’s military forces are stronger than they were. “The majority of the world thought we would collapse (following the withdrawal of 100,000 NATO troops in 2014),” he said. “Our military forces will not collapse.”

“The capacity to uphold the state has been created.” While Afghanistan has seen four decades of conflict, the president said the country’s biggest challenge was the environment.

“The elephant in the room is the environment, even more than conflict,” Ghani said. Warning that global warming, access to clean water and other environmental threats could push hundreds of millions around the world back into poverty, Ghani urged a regional approach to tackling climate change and said the environment could unite South Asia much as the community of steel and coal did Europe. “Everybody is responsible (for dealing with climate change),” he said. “Nobody is innocent.”
If Pakistan's engagement with Taliban were to end, there would be no western hostages making home, and there would be no peace deal.

What a greedy bastard this guy is, everyone can see he wants to keep hold of power and wants everything done his way, even if it means Afghanistan suffering from the war for the next century.
 

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A servant of Bharti terrorists. Maybe his roots belong to those Bharti who were taken as ghulaams during Muslim conquests from the west of Bharti.
 
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Why don't you offer them better deal then Pakistan and turn them into your friends? They are your countrymen. But it's easier to blame Pakistan then sharing power, loot and plunder.
 

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And none of the audiences knew his real status, linkages to warlords, sheltering terrorists who always attacked Pakistan on behest of his sponsors and above all, acting like a puppet as being told. Instead of looking at miserable condition of Kabul, the so-called President has to say all that so the sponsors can pay him next salary. Unfortunately, there was no one to make him realize the facts & reality. These words from Ghani & before him the Karzai; are not even interested any more. What a joke.
 

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DAVOS: Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani said on Thursday that Pakistan continued to give sanctuary to an insurgent group that helps the Taliban in its war against Kabul and the United States, directly contradicting an earlier statement by Pakistan’s prime minister, a British wire service reported.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan told reporters at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the Haqqani Network, which the United States has designated as a terrorist group, had no activities or bases in Pakistan.

“And you believed him?” Ghani, also at Davos, asked on Thursday. “One can also say that the earth does not revolve around the sun.” “This is a denial that is not helpful. We need to engage in a constructive engagement where the special relation between the Taliban and Pakistan ends. It is good for both countries and it is good for the region and the world.”

Reuters has contacted Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry for comment. Ghani also said that talks between the United States and the Taliban showed few signs of progress.

“The outcome the public seeks is an end to violence,” he said. “We want to see that the Taliban accepts a political process.” Ghani, who has led Afghanistan for six years, said that there was no chance the country would collapse when the United States withdraws its troops, as President Donald Trump has promised to do.

Violence in Afghanistan has increased in the past three years. But Ghani said his country’s military forces are stronger than they were. “The majority of the world thought we would collapse (following the withdrawal of 100,000 NATO troops in 2014),” he said. “Our military forces will not collapse.”

“The capacity to uphold the state has been created.” While Afghanistan has seen four decades of conflict, the president said the country’s biggest challenge was the environment.

“The elephant in the room is the environment, even more than conflict,” Ghani said. Warning that global warming, access to clean water and other environmental threats could push hundreds of millions around the world back into poverty, Ghani urged a regional approach to tackling climate change and said the environment could unite South Asia much as the community of steel and coal did Europe. “Everybody is responsible (for dealing with climate change),” he said. “Nobody is innocent.”
1 year of Imran khan and no one takes these two jokers India and Afghanistan seriously who blamed Pakistan for even floods and train accidents.
Right now no one believes in their shit.
Right now EU or America don't voice their concerns.
Neither another country blames us and these two shit countries are in offensive.
 

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