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CEO Abdullah called on Pakistan to fulfill promises while talking to UN’s General Assembly

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AbdullahChief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah has called on Pakistan to fulfill its promises of cracking down on terrorist groups destabilizing Afghanistan.

While talking to the UN’s General Assembly on Monday night, CEO Abdullah said “We call on Pakistan to do what its leadership promised to us a few months ago when they agreed to crack down on known terror outfits.”

CEO Abdullah citing the expansion of the Islamic State or Daesh militant group in Afghanistan said that without external support “this guerrilla-style low intensity warfare would have been history by now.”

He expressed optimism that terrorism would be defeated, saying “these attempts will eventually fail to subdue us.”

His comments came hours after Taliban militants assaulted and took control of areas in the key northern city of Kundoz where they freed more than 500 prisoners, more than 100 of them detained on terrorism charges.

Even though, Pakistan does not publically accept backing terrorism but they have brought Taliban to negotiation table with Afghan government.

A face-to-face meeting between Taliban and government representatives took place inside Pakistan territory about two months before.

Pakistani officials later said that the Taliban representatives who took part in the meeting might not bring all Taliban to join reconciliation process of Afghanistan but they represent the main group.

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