Reports leaked from the recent visit of the Pakistani foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi from Kabul, suggest new tensions between the two countries as well as the suspension of Kabul-Islamabad agreements.


Reports leaked from the recent visit of the Pakistani foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi from Kabul, suggest new tensions between the two countries as well as the suspension of Kabul-Islamabad agreements.
The Afghan government has ordered all security forces to be ready for offensive attacks on Taliban group, a source told 1TV under condition.
Mr Qureshi has met with president Ghani and his counterpart Salahuddin Rabbani.

The visit of Pakistan FM from Kabul carried three messages which sparked the anger of the Afghan government, the source added.
1 – Taliban agreed with the Pakistani civilian government to meet with the Afghan government’s peace delegation at the Abu Dhabi summit, but the Pakistani army has prevented it.
2 – Qureshi, in a meeting with president Ghani, said that Pakistan is economically and politically under pressure and urged Kabul for a chance.
3 – Qureshi also said that give an opportunity to Islamabad in order to bring the Taliban to the negotiation table with the Afghan government.
The Pakistani FM is expected to visit Tehran, Moscow, and Beijing.


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