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Good neighborliness, international law must be observed

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Pakistani warplanes have recently bombed refugee camps along the Durand Line inside Afghanistan, where scores of civilians have been reportedly killed or wounded.
Pakistani authorities claim that the comps were the shelter of terrorist cells of the Pakistani Taliban who enter Pakistan for carrying out terrorist attacks.
If the reports were true, why they do not share with the authorities of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. Under the International law, if two countries have a problem, they should resolve it through dialogue and diplomatic channels. This has not been done, and Pakistan has crossed the Durand Line without a contact with Islamic Emirate officials.
It has bombed residential and civilian areas, killing innocent people, a move which is a clear invasion of Afghanistan territory.
The Government of Afghanistan strongly condemned this heinous act of the Pakistani government and called on the neighboring country not to repeat such acts.
The people of Afghanistan have always been indebted to the humanitarian aid of the people of Pakistan but call on the military and government officials of that country to stop interfering in the country’s internal affairs.
Pakistani politicians have long supported certain groups and during the last 43 wars and conflicts in Afghanistan, when a party or group comes to power, they incited other groups to keep war prolong in the country.
Such a maliciousness of Pakistan against Afghanistan yet to end, while the country free of all types of terrorist activities and is completely safe from the north to south and the east to the west and repetition of such act can highly affect relations between the two countries.
The Pakistani politicians and intelligence agency should understand that Afghanistan was/is a good neighbor and a true friend of all its neighbors including Pakistan, if it avoid interfering in the internal affairs of the country.
M. Daud

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