Afghanistan writes to UN, professes Pakistan's disturbance

Afghanistan writes to UN, professes Pakistan’s disturbance

Afghanistan has written to the United Nations Protection Council( UNSC ) complaining to the multilateral system about Pakistan’s “interference”, such as belligerent transports of its army, in the country’s inner affairs.

This was Afghanistan’s second notice to the UNSC in a week. The very first letter was regarding a organized meeting between Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and also Taliban’s reps in Islamabad. For the reason that letter, the Afghan government said the meeting “undermines” the Afghan serenity process and also “violates Afghanistan’s national sovereignty”. The Taliban known as off the meet saying these were unable to travel because of the UN and also US travel limitations on them.

“The nature of these violations primarily includes continual shelling of Afghan territory, especially in areas and also villages of Kunar and Nangarhar provinces; violation of Afghan air space by Pakistani military aircraft, along with construction of military posts, barbwire fencing and also barriers inside Afghanistan’s territory, most recently in Rotate Boldak district of Kandahar,” Nazifullah Salarzai, Afghanistan’s deputy permanent rep to the UN, wrote in the letter.

The letter declared that since the starting of 2018, the number of violations by Pakistan in Afghanistan remained at 161 while 6,025 artillery shells were heated into Afghan territory.

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