Moeed raises concerns over the Afghanistan issue
The worst humanitarian crisis is looming large as, according to export, the weather is turning to a sharp chill, he told the media person at an informal event. No one could have imagined such a big change in Afghanistan, he maintained.
The world cut off aid to the war-torn state after the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan. Before the collapse of President Ashraf Ghani’s government, there was hope that the post-war problems could be fixed with the help of the international community.
The security aide said Pakistan will be at the receiving end because of the Afghanistan issue. Islamabad has no differences with Washington, Moeed Yousuf said, adding that Prime Minister Imran Khan made it clear that Pakistan was not for sale and no base can be given.
He underlined the need for extending financial help and capacity-building in Afghanistan. “We have to find a way to bring stability to Afghanistan,” the security adviser said. About banned TTP, Moeed said no amnesty is being given to the group, he said. However, he stressed most TTP members are ready to surrender now. He urged the TTP to obey the state laws and join the national mainstream
The WFP has already set alarm bells ringing over Afghanistan crisis as it has been finding it difficult to help more than 22 million Afghans. Moeed Yousuf came down hard on the Indian PM Modi government for letting extremists kill Muslims. Delhi has been on the killing spree in Kashmir to crush Kashmiris struggling for their just right to self-determination, he said.