There will be no threat to Pakistan from Afghanistan: Zabihullah


The Taliban have heaped praise on Pakistan for its longstanding contributions towards the people of Afghanistan, the country that is passing through a crucial time following the end of 20-year-long war imposed by the United States and its allies.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan”, hoped that Pakistan would continue its assistance. He was speaking at Pak-Afghan Youth Forum’s International Conference, titled “Rebuilding Afghanistan Together”.

He hoped that Pakistan’s help to the Afghan nation will continue in terms of its peace efforts and increasing bilateral trade and commerce.

He reiterated that there would be no threat to Pakistan from Afghanistan.

Mujahid said the extension of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) by linking it with Afghanistan is very important.

Also read: China will be ‘our main partner’, say Taliban

A day earlier, the Taliban spokesperson in an interview with an Italian newspaper said that China will be their “major partner” in efforts to rebuilt war-torn Afghanistan.

He said China is ready to make the investment in Afghanistan and help rebuild Afghanistan.

He clearly stated the Taliban value China’s Belt and Road Initiative as the multibillion-dollar project will revive the ancient Silk Road.

Mujahid said that China is also a “passport” for Afghanistan to reach international markets, adding that the neighbouring country will help them to utilise its rich copper resources.

Calling Russian an important partner in the region, he said that Kabul will maintain good relations with Moscow.

The Taliban spokesperson said that Turkey and Qatar are helping them in resumption of flight operation at the Kabul airport.

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