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Pakistan most affected by Afghan situation: Munir Akram

Pakistan most affected by Afghan situation: Munir Akram

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Munir Akram, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, has said that there are still 3 million Afghan refugees in Pakistan. Pakistanis died, Pakistan’s economy lost more than 150 150 billion.

Addressing a UN Security Council meeting on the situation in Afghanistan, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram, said he offered his condolences to the American people on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

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“Terrorist organizations, including ISIS and al-Qaeda, should not be allowed to set foot in Afghanistan, and banned organizations should not be allowed to operate in Afghanistan,” he said.

Pakistan’s envoy to the United Nations said that the frozen accounts of Afghanistan must be restored, the international community should support Kabul on the basis of human rights, today Afghanistan stands at a critical juncture in its history, the international community must remain engaged in Afghanistan , Large-scale bloodshed in Afghanistan has been stopped.

He urges Kabul to allow international agencies to operate, the Afghan government to give access to UN agencies, a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, and 18 million Afghans in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. ۔

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Munir Akram says Afghanistan needs access to its economic resources, in the past Afghan land was used against Pakistan, hopefully Afghan land will not be used against other countries, Afghan government peace in the country And designed to ensure respect for human rights.

In his address, Munir Akram said that Pakistan had sent three ships of relief goods and medical aid to the Afghan people. Today, Afghanistan stands at a critical juncture in its history. The Afghan people can restore peace with the cooperation of the international community. It continues to host more than 3 million Afghan refugees.

He said that it was important for Pakistan to restore peace and stability in Afghanistan. Despite the fragility of the situation in Afghanistan, the fear of bloodshed has been averted so far. Will succeed in

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The Pakistani envoy said the government in Kabul would restore basic services to the people, enable the timely distribution of international humanitarian aid in cooperation with the United Nations, and Pakistan has so far evacuated more than 12,000 people from 30 countries from Afghanistan. I assisted that the evacuees included diplomatic staff and staff from international organizations, and hoped that in the future all evacuations would be organized in consultation with the acting government in Kabul.

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He said it was important not to create a sense of fear that would lead to a flood of refugees from Afghanistan, the international community should stay busy in Afghanistan, instability or economic catastrophe would perpetuate conflicts, no one would benefit. The humanitarian situation in Afghanistan is dire due to the failure and corruption of past governments.

Munir Akram said that we should prevent the situation from deteriorating further, welcomed the convening of a ministerial meeting by the UN Secretary General on September 13, and hoped that the international community would contribute generously to Afghanistan. Yes, the activities of UN agencies in Afghanistan must be done with respect for Afghan sovereignty.

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He said that Pakistan would continue to play its role in addressing the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. Pakistan hosted a meeting of Foreign Ministers of China, Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, in a joint statement on Afghanistan’s sovereignty and internal affairs. Non-interference was supported.

The Pakistani envoy added that it was noted that the future of Afghanistan should be determined by its people, stressed the need to build a comprehensive government structure in Afghanistan, and urged the international community to provide sustainable financial assistance to Afghan refugees. It was agreed to continue the meetings of the Foreign Ministers of Afghanistan’s neighboring countries to provide assistance.

Munir Akram also said that Pakistan is part of the expanded Troika format which includes Russia, China, USA, the threat posed by terrorist groups should be addressed through comprehensive and mutual cooperation, Pakistan banned TTP Endured hundreds of terrorist attacks, the banned TTP was headed by enemy intelligence agencies, we will work with the Kabul authorities to stop terrorist organizations.

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