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Pakistan to suffer from growing instability in Afghanistan: Rabbani

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Salahuddin RabbaniForeign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani has said Pakistan will suffer equally from deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan.

He was speaking during a gathering organized in the Embassy of Pakistan to mark the Pakistan Day.

Rabbani further added that the instability of the two neighboring countries are inter-related, emphasizing that Pakistan will suffer if the security situation worsens in Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, the Pakistani ambassador to Afghanistan, Syed Abrar Hussain, said peace and stability in Afghanistan is in the interest of Pakistan.

The Pakistani envoy further added that joint efforts should be put in place in a bid to combat the growing menace of terrorism in the region.

The remarks by Rabbani comes as Pakistan has long been accused of sheltering the anti-government armed militant groups as they continue to their insurgency activities in Afghanistan by using the safe havens in Pakistan.

Senior Pakistani officials earlier admitted for the first time that they have influence on Taliban group’s leadership who are based in Pakistan and use certain facilities in the country which Islamabad can use as a leverage to force the group to join peace talks.

Meanwhile, the Afghan officials are doubtful that Pakistan has not taken practical steps for the commitments it made during the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) meetings for the Afghan peace process.

Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai said earlier this week that the stake holders in Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) should take practical steps for the commitments made in a bid to achieve developments in the Afghan reconciliation efforts.

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