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Former Afghan President Karzai asks Pak PM Imran Khan to ‘stop speaking on behalf of Afghans’

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Former Afghan President Karzai asks Pak PM Imran Khan to ‘stop speaking on behalf of Afghans’
Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai asks Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan Niazi to refrain from propaganda and to stop speaking on behalf of Afghans.



Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai asked Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to refrain from propaganda and to stop speaking on behalf of the Afghans. In a series of tweets, the former president of the war-torn country said, “Pakistan’s threat from Afghanistan is a clear propaganda infact, the issue is quite the opposite and the ISIS threat is directed from Pakistan to Afghanistan,” he said.

In response to Imran Khan’s address at the OIC, the former president advised Pakistan to refrain from propaganda against Afghanistan and called it “our internal affairs”.

On Sunday, Khan in his address at the 17th extraordinary session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), warned that Afghanistan could potentially become the “biggest man-made crisis” if the world failed to act in a timely manner.

Khan highlighted the collapse of education, health and medical sectors. “If the world doesn’t act, this will be the biggest man-made crisis which is unfolding in front of us,” Khan was quoted by PTI.

Meanwhile, Turkey Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuolu at the OIC meeting on Afghanistan, said “working with the Taliban is necessary” to achieve stability.

Afghanistan’s economy is facing a major crisis after the Taliban seized power in Kabul amid a chaotic US and NATO troop withdrawal from the country.

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