- Pakistan is a haven for Taliban militants.
- Discussion at the U.S. State Department.
- Coming Soon Activity for the Afghan Future.
“Pakistan is constantly interfering in the future of Afghanistan, including providing shelter to Taliban members. The committee members commented that it was time to reconsider relations with Pakistan.
“The role that Pak has played for the last 20 years, but what role do we want to play in the years to come is one of the things we are going to see today and in the coming weeks,” he said. The United States, which ended 20 years of fighting in Afghanistan, has completely withdrawn its troops. With this, the Taliban again laid siege.
IS-K militants carry out suicide attack at Kabul airport as US and NATO forces move from Afghanistan. Nearly 200 people were killed in the incident, including 13 U.S. soldiers. The United States and the West are stepping up their efforts to recognize the Taliban’s victory. Pakistan, meanwhile, has been at loggerheads with the Taliban. The latest developments are a testament to Pakistan’s support for the Taliban in Afghanistan over the past 20 years.
Although Pak has rejected the campaign in the past, it has now played a key role in the formation of the Taliban’s interim government. The Taliban received full cooperation from Pakistan and Qatar after the US military invaded Afghanistan.