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Home | Editorial | Pakistan to suffer more insurgency if not ready for peace in Afghanistan

Pakistan to suffer more insurgency if not ready for peace in Afghanistan

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Pakistan to suffer more insurgency if not ready for peace in Afghanistan
 

Pakistan by sending its army chief of staff last week, pledged to do more for peace in Afghanistan
Army Chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa arrived in Kabul to apparently seek solution to the Afghan crisis through a joint coordination with the Afghan authorities.
In a meeting with the president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, he said his country supported an Afghan-led and Afghan owned peace talks and would do his best for the success of the process.
Terrorism, bilateral trade and mutual cooperation were among the issues discussed between the two sides, with Bajwa extending an invitation to the country’s president to visit Pakistan.
The country’s president, then held consultative meeting with senior officials, politicians, jihadi leaders, lawmakers and other experts, mainly how to ahead with peace process or he would travel to Pakistan at the invitation of the neighboring country, which time and again broken its commitments to help end conflicts, it was blamed to have fueled war in Afghanistan.
Recently in an official meeting of the country’s lawmakers, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani was asked not leave for Pakistan at the invitation of the military chief, as the offer was against diplomatic norms and that Pakistan was not honest in its commitment to Afghanistan.
However, the country’s president who is seeking all ways to help peace restored in Afghanistan and that the Afghan war-weary nation are fed up with the ongoing growing conflict and mishap and spreading insurgency in the country. So the president for his nation, has to do his best for meeting all requirement of the people.
As peace and security are the prime demand of the people, president Ghani either his second vice-president or the country’s high peace council chairman should visit the neighboring country, for may have a good news for ending war in conflicted nation.
But, it is Pakistan that had not still honored his commitment to peace with Afghanistan since the last long years of insurgency in the country, but moreover, war and violence grew further than ever and more innocents, including women and children were killed in terrorists’ offensives along the two countries borders.
But, Pakistan should now realize the fact that, peace in Afghanistan, with the cooperation of Islamabad would play two key roles for the neighboring country; first trust building with the international community, particularly the US and the second helping both nations enjoy peaceful live along both countries borders.
So, time has now reached for the neighboring to show its honesty and welcome a real peace offer through pressuring its subordinate militants to give conflict and join the Afghan-led reconciliation.
In the past more than one and half a decades, both nations witnessed nothing except insurgency, murder and destruction in both countries. Thousands of innocent people from both countries have become the victims of insurgency and growing extremism and terrorism, mostly in Afghanistan and Pakistan and then in the regional countries.
 

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In the past more than one and half a decades, both nations witnessed nothing except insurgency, murder and destruction in both countries.
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