ISLAMABAD: Nationwide Safety Adviser Moeed Yusuf on Tuesday turned down India’s invitation to a gathering of the nationwide safety advisers of regional international locations on Afghanistan, categorically asserting that he wouldn’t go to New Delhi.
“I cannot go to New Delhi on India’s invitation,” Yusuf mentioned, throughout a media discuss after the signing of a protocol between Pakistan and Uzbekistan for the institution of a joint safety fee to boost bilateral cooperation in safety affairs.
The NSA maintained that Pakistan and Uzbekistan had been on the identical web page on the Afghan difficulty.
He mentioned that Afghanistan has been at battle for the final 4 a long time and the disaster within the nation has had a direct impression on Pakistan.
“Peace and stability in Afghanistan are important for Pakistan” Yusuf mentioned, including that Islamabad considers the Pakistan-Afghanistan-Uzbekistan hall of immense significance.
The world ought to contemplate Afghanistan as a humanitarian difficulty as an alternative of a political matter, mentioned Yusuf, as he urged the world to interact with Kabul. He warned that abandoning Afghanistan can have damaging penalties for the complete world.
India invitations Pakistan, China, Russia to NSA assembly on Afghanistan
On October 17, in a bid to handle the humanitarian disaster and talk about the evolving scenario in Afghanistan, India reportedly proposed a gathering of the nationwide safety advisers (NSA) of key stakeholder international locations.
New Delhi had proposed two dates — November 10 and 11 — for the NSA assembly, Indian media had reported.
In accordance with a report printed in India At this time, invites for the assembly had been prolonged to key stakeholders within the area, together with Russia, China, and Pakistan.