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10,000 jihadi fighters have come from Pakistan: Ghani

Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani delivered a loud speech, saying more than 10,000 jihadist fighters entered the country from Pakistan last month, while Islamabad has failed to persuade the Taliban to seriously participate in peace talks. Ghani made the remarks while addressing the Central and South Asia Connectivity Conference held in Tashkent, which was also attended by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Ghani said contrary to repeated assurances by Prime Minister Khan and his generals that the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan is not in Pakistan’s interest and has been reduced by the use of force and its power and influence to engage the Taliban seriously. , networks and organizations supporting the Taliban are openly celebrating the destruction of the property and capabilities of the Afghan people and state.

The president said Afghanistan is ready to take on the Taliban and their supporters as long as they feel that a political solution is the only way forward.

First Vice President Amrullah Saleh said Pakistan’s military threatened to launch missiles against the Afghan air force if it targeted Taliban militia, which had seized border posts in the border town of Spin Boldak.

Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry has denied this claim in a statement.