The countries foreign ministry replies to President Ghani’s comments as Pakistan reiterates its commitment of fighting the terrorism.
Qazi Khalilullah, spokesman for Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that Pakistan can feel the pain Afghanistan suffers, but Pakistan itself is a biggest victim of terrorism.
“Having been the biggest victim of terrorism itself with human losses exceeding 60,000, the people and the government of Pakistan can feel the pain and anguish of the people and the government of Afghanistan over the recent wave of terrorist attacks, which have resulted in the loss of many valuable lives and injuries to scores of people.” The statement stated.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during a press conference in Kabul on Monday urged Pakistan to end its undeclared war with Afghanistan.
Pointing to a wave of deadly attacks in capital Kabul, President Ghani said that the terrorist centers are still in Pakistan from where mercenaries send us messages of war.
While showing strict reaction to President Ghani’s comments that the terrorists planning attacks in Afghanistan are in Pakistan, Khalilullah said that his country has organized a face-to-face meeting between the delegations of Afghan Taliban and government in its soil.
The attack on Kabul’s police academy that left 26 cadets martyred and nearly 30 others wounded was claimed by Taliban.