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Supporting terrorism disturbs good neighborliness

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Supporting terrorism disturbs good neighborliness
 Since its establishment less than seven decades ago, Pakistan has always been attempting to Afghanistan and India.
Once, Pakistan took up keshmir issue with India that as a result of bloody wars, between these two, continued interferences in our domestic issues overtly and covertly and provoked insurgencies.
Pakistan that has often been ruled by military leaders who grabbed power through coup d’ sees her survival in shameless interferences in others internal affairs. Pakistani governments and especially military rulers have deceived their people under different pretext and send terrorists to neighbors of Afghanistan and India to insecurities. We can claim that due to over 40 years interferences of Pakistan in Afghanistan domestic issues, wars terror, distraction of schools, hospitals, plundering of ancient sites have been going on.
Pakistani military rulers and particularly its secret services always try to disturb Afghanistan trade with south Asia countries and monopole our country as the consuming market of her loud quality products. Due to this reasons she has always made effects to create problems in its sea ports for import-exports of our merchandizes sometimes in Waqa and then in Karachi ports.
Pakistan recently closed its land ports on so-called Durand Line of Torkhan and Spinboldak unilaterality for long time and caused problems to our people but unaware that they themselves were damaged. Because their commodities are exported to Central Asia through Afghanistan. Afghanistan bazaar never felt shortage of essentials. Prior to this the leaders of the NUG had already found alternative roads and had signed several protocols with neighboring countries with satisfactory results.
The leaders of Pakistan who failed in their policies, had to reopen transit routes and sent a delegation of her law makers to Kabul and subsequently another Pakistani delegation led by chief of I.S.I arrived in Kabul for talks with Afghan authorities.
They tried to impose their demands on our government but the leaders of NUG considered both sides national interest and have not give up their national interests in no circumstances. After his failed visit to Kabul, chief of I.S.I encroached both countries borders and provided armed clashes. Addressing a press conference in Kabul, spokesman of the MoF Shekeb Mostaghni said. Although Afghanistan doesn’t consider tension in both sides relations in the benefit of both people but in case of continuation of Pakistan border violations. The Afghan government is ready to defend our territorial integrity. The government would refer to people and the ANSF would meet wishes of people.
Now the US and other supporters and allies of Afghanistan and international organizations have lost trust to double standard policies of Pakistan military rulers and have gradually concluded that Pakistan is friend and supporter of terrorism not its foe, because she has taken even no small step in war on terror but has taken strong and visible steps for its support. Terrorists training centers are operating openly in that country and five years ago leader of Al-qaeda, Osama Bin Laden was spotted and killed in capital Islamabad by US Special Forces.
Under the pretext of war on terror, Pakistan has received huge military economic aids from the US. This was strongly criticized by a number of American congressmen. 
The Kabul Times                 

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