Afghan emissary to Pakistan Omar Zakhilwal on Tuesday reported that the British government will have an abnormal state meeting of Pak-Afghan authorities tomorrow (Wednesday) to talk about the “present tense respective relations” between the two nations.
Zakhilwal, who made the declaration on his authority Facebook page, said that Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz would go to the meeting, close by himself, Afghan National Security Adviser (NSA) Hanif Atmar and British NSA Sir Mark Lyall Grant.
“The meeting will concentrate on a component for bona fide Pak-Afghan collaboration on battling psychological warfare, the present tense two-sided relations and the terminations of intersection courses between the two nations,” Zakhilwal said.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, when reached, neither affirmed nor denied the Afghan agent’s announcements.
The two-sided relations between the two nations progressively soured when Pakistan fixed its fringe with Afghanistan taking after a spate of fear assaults in February that left more than 100 individuals dead.
Pakistan considered Afghanistan-based activist gatherings in charge of doing the assaults in the nation.
The Pakistan Army later focused on activist dens near the Pak-Afghan outskirt. The armed force had apparently focused on a preparation camp of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar — the restricted dread outfit which asserted obligation regarding the Feb 13 suicide shelling in Lahore and the Feb 15 suicide assault on the central station of the Mohmand Agency’s political organization.
The armed force had requested that Kabul make a move against 76 Pakistani psychological militants working from Afghan region or hand them over to Pakistan so they could be striven for their association in fear related exercises.
Accordingly, Afghanistan conveyed a rundown of 85 Taliban and Haqqani Network pioneers and 32 fear camps on Pakistani soil, which it guaranteed were included in “wrongdoings against individuals of Afghanistan”.