- Imran Khan warns the world against breaking ties with Afghanistan
- Pakistani PM said – separating from the war-torn country will be harmful for the world
- Claim- Pakistan will give all possible assistance to Afghanistan to avert humanitarian crisis
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan remains the brand ambassador of Taliban these days. They are constantly appealing to the whole world to establish diplomatic relations with the Taliban government and provide humanitarian aid. Imran Khan has now said that he hopes the world will not repeat the mistake of separating from Afghanistan. He also claimed that Pakistan would provide all possible assistance to Afghanistan to avert a humanitarian crisis.
The separation of the world from Afghanistan would be harmful
According to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) of Pakistan, while chairing the second meeting of the Apex Committee on Afghanistan, Imran Khan said that leaving the war-torn country would be harmful to the world. He urged the international community to support the vulnerable people of Afghanistan. Imran also said that Pakistan has already committed to provide humanitarian assistance of Rs 5 billion, which includes food items and emergency medical supplies.
Instructions to vaccinate Afghans coming to Pakistan
The committee was informed that as per the instructions of the Prime Minister, the facility of free COVID-19 vaccination for all Afghans entering Pakistan from the land border is in progress. The statement said that the process of obtaining Pakistani visa for Afghans has been simplified. Imran also directed officials to facilitate humanitarian organizations willing to work from Pakistan to support efforts in Afghanistan.
Concern over the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan
All those involved in the meeting reiterated their concern about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. He claimed that Pakistan would not spare the Afghan people in their time of need. A meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation is also being organized in Islamabad on Sunday. In this, the humanitarian crisis arising in Afghanistan will be discussed in detail.
Who attended the meeting
The meeting was attended by Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, National Security Advisor Dr Moeed Yusuf, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, Home Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Planning Minister Asad Umar, Prime Minister’s Adviser on Finance Shaukat Tarin, Adviser Commerce and Investment But Prime Minister Abdul Razak Dawood and other senior civil and military officials attended.