The Afghan government calls on the International Community to put pressures on Pakistan to stop supporting terrorism during the NATO Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels, the Ministry of Foreign said.
The Ministry of Foreign says that the foreign minister will represent Afghanistan in the NATO meeting and will report the country’s security situation to the world.
“Afghanistan’s demand is clear, We want more pressures on Pakistan to stop supporting terrorism,” said Khairullah Azad, deputy spokesman of MoF.
In the meantime, Afghan security forces also expect the world countries to press Pakistan eliminate terrorist safe havens from its soil.
“Our demand from the world countries is to put more pressures on Pakistan to destroy terrorism training centers in its soil,” said Najibullah Danish, deputy spokesman of MoF.
Earlier, NATO countries members have financially and military committed to support Afghanistan, particularly Afghan security forces.
Reported by Ahmad Farshad Saleh