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Mar 17, 2019
MoFA summons Pakistan's diplomat over IK's remark
KABUL (Pajhwok): The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) on Saturday summoned Pakistani diplomat over Pakistan’s Prime Minister’s Imran Khan’s recent comment.
Imran Khan during a public gathering in Bajaur, a district of Khapyer Pakhtunkhwa province, said that a new and better government would be established in Afghanistan soon.
Khan also expressed the hope for peace and reconciliation in the war-ravaged county during his speech.
According to a statement from the MoFA, Pakistan’s Embassy representative was summoned and asked to provide explanation regarding Imran Khan’s remark.
The statement termed Imran Khan’s remark as blatant interference in Afghanistan’s internal affairs which not only irked a strong reaction from the afghan government but also from the people of Afghanistan.
Senate Chairman Fazal Hadi Muslimyar strongly condemned Imran Khan’s remarks.
He said the people of Afghanistan would not allow anyone to interfere in its internal and external affairs as only Afghans reserved the right of shaping issues related to its national interest.
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