Pakistan attempts peace deal between Tajikistan, Taliban

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Last week, Tajikistan’s military paraded along the border with Afghanistan, prompting the Taliban to send thousands of fighters to the northeastern border.

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has set out to defuse tensions between the Taliban government in Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Imran Khan spoke to Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon over the phone.

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Pakistani newspaper Dawn reported that harsh language was used between Taliban officials and the Tajikistan government.

Last week, Tajikistan’s military paraded along the border with Afghanistan, prompting the Taliban to send thousands of fighters to the northeastern border.

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Tajikistan angry over Panjshir incident

Tajikistan has taken a tough stance on the Taliban regime. Tajikistan has been critical of the Taliban, especially in Panjshir province, for human rights abuses.

After returning from attending the SCO summit in Tajikistan on 18 September, Imran announced that he had persuaded the Taliban to form an inclusive government that included people from other ethnic groups.

Taliban’s stubborn stance

The Taliban, on the other hand, see criticism of Tajikistan and suggestions about the structure of the government as interference in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.

Last week, Afghan Deputy Prime Minister Abdul Salam Hanafi said, “We will not allow any neighboring country to interfere in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.”

Start of media group activities

The independent media group, the Afghan Journalists Protection Committee, has resumed its activities in the country 45 days after the Taliban came to power.

The group ceased its activities after the change of government. The committee also welcomed the release of photojournalist Murtaza Samadi in western Herat province.

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Pakistan’s support to international terrorism is dangerous

According to news agency ANI, the resurgence of Taliban in the Brussels Press Club has been described as a threat to world peace and security.

An incident in this regard raised concerns over Pakistan’s support for international terrorism. Senator Philip Devinter said that Pakistan is a terrorist state and it is supporting international terrorism. He has done this before and will continue to do so. It is also a big threat like the Taliban.

First published:October 4, 2021, 7:24 am

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