Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Report: Imran Khurasani

The country’s president, in his trip to Turkmenistan, considered economic cooperation as the only alternative to fighting against terror, and emphasized that the economic ties between Kabul and Ashgabat are one of the obvious examples instead of sponsoring terrorism. “Today, terrorist attacks and extremism are a serious threat to the region and the world, and we have presented an alternative to terrorist attacks in the relations between Afghanistan and Turkmenistan, the region must choose to cooperate, coordinate, organize, it is for a useful relationship instead of war, controversy, and not co-operating with one another.”

Mr. Ghani emphasizes that the Afghan-Turkmen relations are based on the UN’s international and accepted principles. “The United Nations’ anti-terrorist strategy is an internationally accepted pillar adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, whereby Afghanistan-Turkmen cooperation is based on an accepted international pillar. In this section, one of the fundamental issues is that governments should prevent terrorism support and take a stand against this phenomenon rather than supporting the terrorist groups.”

The president of the country has implicitly called on Pakistan to do not support terrorism and let Afghanistan to provide the opportunity of topical economic projects to improve the lives of its citizens, according to Mr. Ghani: “For Pakistan, TAPI and TAP projects givers massage of Lighting and heating. The closed factories of that country would be activated, citizens of that country who suffer from cold and heat, will benefit from this cooperation. So for the welfare and regional cooperation they must support these projects. ”

While stressing the expansion of regional economic cooperation, by the President of Afghanistan two days ago Islamabad warned that if India’s will have a military invasion on Pakistan than they would harm the process of peace talks between Afghanistan government and Taliban, a case that Islamabad has always called terror sponsored state, that the country has been considered as a supporter of terrorism, and Kabul has repeatedly shared its complaints with the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) of which has been called Islamabad intervention in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.

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