Baseless insinuations by Afghan NSA strongly condemned by Pakistan

The Nation  |  Jun 19, 2021

On Friday, 18th June 2021, Pakistan strongly criticized and condemned the statement given by the Afghan National Security Adviser (NSA) Hamdullah Mohib. Mohib had accused Pakistan of meddling and interfering in Afghanistan's personal matter and labelled it as a conscious attempt to invalidate peace attempts.

This is not the first time Pakistan has had to issue a strong rejoinder to the Afghan NSA in recent weeks. The latest war of words was started by Mohib in his tweet, where he accused Pakistan of interfering in the internal matters of Afghanistan.

This comes as Taliban launches violent offensives against Afghan people across the country, we know how & why they continue to be enabled to do this. Quraishi is either uninformed, ignorant or accomplice. Maybe he also rejects that, Osama was found next to Pakistani Military HQ. https://t.co/PmNOnJjEIZ

US Fed official sees first rate hike in late 2022 amid inflation concerns — Hamdullah Mohib (@hmohib) June 18, 2021

Pakistan's Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi on June 5 had criticized Mohib for his comments against Pakistan and asked him to ''correct'' his attitude.

While talking to the media, the Foreign Office spokesperson strongly condemned the "baseless insinuations" by the Afghan NSA and noted that Pakistan’s role in the Afghan peace process has been widely acknowledged by the international community.

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