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Pakistan should be isolated as North Korea: Khalilzad

(Last Updated On: July 1, 2016)



Former US Ambassador to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad said Pakistan should be isolated by the World as  North Korea, saying US Government and international community including the International Monetary Fund to stop their financial aids to Pakistan if the following Government still supports terrorism.

Mr. Khalilzad has insisted on more authority of the US military forces and their long term existence in Afghanistan, asking US Government to have more radical stance against Pakistan, and in case of terrorist supports the following Government should be isolated as North Korea.

he said,” US Government should act step by step, giving the message to Pakistan if the following Government doesn’t stop supporting terrorism it should be isolated as North Korea by the World countries, after killing of the Taliban leader in Pakistan, and halting the military and civilian aids , pressures should be exerted that the International Monetary Fund to stop its financial supports to Pakistan.”

Afghan experts have urged that Pakistan invest more money on developing terrorisms and the World countries needs to stop their financial supports to Pakistan.

Political expert MiaGul Wasiq said,” Pakistan should be isolated, because since the following country receives International funds it invests more money on supporting terrorism in the region.”

Military expert Mirza Mohammad Yarmand said,” All the countries including the United Nations should declare their position against Pakistan, by halting their financial supports.”

Annually Pakistan receives $900 million dollar from US Government, where $450 million is allocated on combating terrorism, US congress has confirmed that money will be paid to Pakistan when the following Government takes practical steps towards eradication of terrorism.

Reported by Fawad Nassiri 

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