The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Reactions about Pakistani airstrikes in country’s territory

Pakistani air forces recently bombed some parts of the country’s border in the southern provinces of Khost and Paktika provinces. The attack was seriously condemned by the authorities of the Islamic Emirate who called it against neighborhood norms. The Islamic Emirate has long denied the presence of any Pakistani insurgents inside Afghanistan and assured that Afghanistan would never be used against other countries and that the regional and neighboring countries of Afghanistan would never be threatened from Afghanistan, as the Islamic system calls security of the region its own security The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate also condemned that and said in a statement that the Chargé d’Affaires of the Pakistani Embassy was summoned in Kabul regarding recent airstrikes in Khost and Paktika provinces. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate also condemned the attack and summoned the Chargé d’Affaires of the Pakistani Embassy in Kabul regarding the recent airstrikes in Khost and Paktika provinces. Also, according to reports, Vedant Patel, deputy spokesperson for the U.S. State Department, reacted against the recent Pakistani forces attack in Khost and Paktika provinces of the country and urged both Afghanistan and Pakistan to resolve any disputes through dialogue. “We urge both sides to address any differences. We remain committed to ensuring that Afghanistan never again becomes a safe haven for terrorists who wish to harm the United States and its allies,” Patel said at a press briefing. Former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai and some other Afghan figures also condemned the Pakistani airstrikes on the two provinces of the country. According to a statement from his office, the former President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, has vehemently condemned the airstrikes by Pakistani military forces on areas in the provinces of Paktika and Khost and considered it a blatant violation of the country’s territorial integrity and international norms. “Pakistani military airstrikes on Afghan soil, under any pretext, are flagrant violations of international law and Afghanistan’s territorial integrity and sovereignty. Killing Afghan women and children is unacceptable and cannot justify any security threats,” said former Chargé d’Affaires of Afghanistan’s Permanent Mission to the UN on social media. In an interview with the private TOLOnews TV channel, an Afghan political analyst Sayed Bilal Fatimi, also condemned the airstrike and said that the TTP has been present in Pakistan for at least fifteen years, they are operating there, they have their plans, they took many areas and the Pakistani army took them back, so it does not belong to the resumption of the Islamic Emirate. “It is not appropriate for both countries to invade each other’s territory, because this issue creates problems between both countries,” the TV quoted another political analyst Mohammad Uddin Mohammadi as saying. The condemnations come as Pakistani fighters launched a series of bombardments in some parts of Paktika and Khost provinces early Monday morning, resulting in the deaths of eight people, including women and children. The Pakistan army launched the airstrike under the pretext of the TTP militants’ presence in Afghanistan, while it’s clear that there are no Pakistani insurgents have hideout in the country, but they should be trailed and targeted inside their own countries. Ahmad Tamim

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.