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EditorialViolence along Afghan border

Violence along Afghan border

Though the Pakistan-Afghanistan border is presently calm, Afghanistan carried out shelling at Kharlachi and Borki along the Karam border in recent days, injuring seven people, including two children, and killing cattle due to shelling. Sajid Hussain Turi, Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis, strongly condemned the incident and demanded an immediate ceasefire. Pakistan, on the other hand, has urged the international community to donate $4 billion immediately to assist revive Afghanistan’s economy and address humanitarian needs. Afghanistan’s occurrences of continual firing are terribly sad and condemnable. On the one hand, Pakistan is appealing to the international community for assistance in recovering Afghanistan’s economy so that sustainable peace may be achieved, the economy can be restored, and the people can be relieved. Pakistan continues to play an unconditionally sincere role at the global level for its prosperity since a secure and peaceful Afghanistan is not only vital for its own survival, but also for the peace and security of the region.

Last week, Afghanistan opened fire on the Chaman border, killing one FC member and injuring two more. Following this occurrence, the friendship corridor was blocked to all trade and traffic, resulting in significant losses for both countries. Pakistan seeks Afghanistan’s growth, but Afghanistan engages in terrorist actions against it. As a result, it may be concluded that Afghanistan is still under the control of foreign plots, and as a result, its terrorists and security forces are attacking Pakistan from across the Afghan border. The Taliban administration should recognise that it is only because of Pakistan’s efforts that they have been able to establish a foothold in Afghanistan following the US withdrawal, and that Afghanistan is currently suffering from serious crises, including a weak economy and a terrible human tragedy. It’ll need Pakistan to help him get rid of them. As a result, it should prevent such terrorist operations against Pakistan, which are comparable to an attack on Pakistan’s security. This may have an impact on regional peace, something the UN should be aware of.

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