On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan introduced the organising of a particular physique to deal with Afghanistan-related issues in Pakistan.
The Pakistan Prime Minister “directed the institution of a devoted cell to synergise numerous streams of efforts on Afghanistan throughout the federal government, together with worldwide coordination for humanitarian help and efficient border administration to stop any adverse spillover into Pakistan,” Daybreak reported citing an announcement from the Khan’s workplace.
The choice got here after Khan held a dialogue with the Nationwide Safety Committee (NSC) to debate a number of safety points in view of the continuing scenario in Afghanistan.
The NSC is Pakistan’s highest discussion board for coordination on safety issues and is attended by key federal ministers, the nationwide safety adviser, providers chiefs and intelligence officers, Daybreak reported.
Just a few days in the past, Pakistan Nationwide Safety Advisor (NSA) Moeed Yusuf had additionally met Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and informed her that the world ought to interact with the Taliban’s newly-formed authorities in Afghanistan.
Since, the Taliban have taken over Afghanistan, Islamabad has been urging the world to recognise the interim authorities within the troubled nation. Aside from a handful of countries like China and Pakistan, no different nation is inclined to recognise the outfit and is adopting a wait and watch coverage.
(With inputs from ANI)