An extraordinary UN agent for Afghanistan on Monday met a top associate of Pakistan Prime Minister and talked about approaches to lessen the strain between the two neighbors after Islamabad pointed the finger at Afghan-based activists for a progression of destructive assaults in the nation. Joined Nations Secretary General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Tadamichi Yamamoto approached Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Special Assistant Tariq Fatemi at Islamabad, in the midst of reports that Pakistan has moved substantial cannons towards Chaman and Torkham areas near the Afghan fringe.
Their talk concentrated on the circumstance in Afghanistan and endeavors to advance peace and dependability in that nation, Foreign Office representative Nafees Zakaria said in an announcement.
Fatemi repeated Pakistan’s resolve for viable outskirt administration “underlining the requirement for collaboration by the Afghan side”.
The meeting comes in the midst of an ascent in strain between the two nations after psychological oppressors assaults this month asserted more than 100 lives in Pakistan and unsettled the foundation.
The most recent of the assaults on Thursday focused on a really popular Sufi place of worship in Sindh territory, killing 88 individuals. The armed force in striking back asserted it slaughtered no less than 130 presumed activists the nation over, however offered no insights about the crusade.
Pakistan has faulted psychological militants stowing away over the fringe in Afghanistan for the assaults. It has likewise closed down an outskirt exchanging point with Afghanistan.
A week ago, Sharif’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz called Afghan National Security Adviser Hanif Atmar and requesting that he make a move against aggressors on Afghan soil.
Pakistan likewise summoned the authorities of Afghan international safe haven in Islamabad taking after the hallowed place assault and gave them a rundown of 76 “most needed” fear mongers, requesting quick activity.
Fatemi, notwithstanding, today told the UN extraordinary agent that Pakistan wants enduring peace in Afghanistan. He required a politically-arranged settlement and portrayed it as the “most reasonable alternative for peace and security in Afghanistan”.