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Stop Pakistan from aiding terror, CEO urges UN chief

Stop Pakistan from aiding terror, CEO urges UN chief

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Jun 15, 2017 - 14:00

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr. Abdullah has asked the UN secretary general to press Pakistaninfo-icon into supporting the moribund Afghan peace process.

During a meeting with visiting Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday evening, Abdullah stressed efforts to convince Pakistan to stop aiding terrorist groups

Guterres said during his visit, he received a message from the Afghan government and people of peace process, security and stability. He reaffirmed the UN’s commitment to the Afghan reconciliation process.

In a statement from his office on Thursday, the CEO thanked the UN for assistance to Afghanistaninfo-icon over the years and paying special attention to the displaced persons and refugees.

Abdullah shed light on the internal political situation and regional issues, particularly between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Efforts had been made recently to improve relations between the two countries, he added.

The CEO also referred to Kabul Process meeting, saying the Talibaninfo-icon had not stopped attacks. He accused the group of providing a platform for other terrorists in Afghanistan.

He asked Guterres to persuade Pakistan to support the Afghan peace process and refrain from supporting terrorists.

On Wednesday the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres arrived in capital Kabul on an unscheduled visit. He met national unity government leaders and UN officials in the country.

 

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