Pakistan will no longer fight someone else’s war, says Imran Khan

Pakistan will no longer fight someone else’s war, says Imran Khan

Pakistan will no longer fight someone else’s war, says Imran Khan

Draft of the letter would be ready next week and it would be sent to Prime Minister Khan for approval.

"Ambassador Khalilzad stressed the United States' commitment to facilitating a political settlement between the Afghan government and the Taliban that ensures Afghanistan never again serves as a platform for worldwide terrorism and ends the 40-years-long war in the country", noted the embassy statement.

He maintained that he always proposed a peaceful and negotiation-based solution for Afghanistan but was ignored. "The US has basically pushed Pakistan away".

The premier urged the youth to educate themselves and the future generations about the ideology of Pakistan. "Who would not want to be friends with a superpower?" he said.

The diplomatic sources further said, "The letter will stress the need for improvement in trade and economic ties between the two countries".

He maintained that past governments only spent money and resources on their strongholds but the PTI government is focusing on areas which were neglected in the past. "There are no sanctuaries in Pakistan". "They said that we have time and time again asked the Americans, 'Can you tell us where the sanctuaries are, and we will go after them?' There are no sanctuaries in Pakistan", he said. "Let's hope that after the election is over, we can again resume talks with India".

He said the United States has sought Pakistan's support in advancing the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan. The US has satellites and drones.

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"We have seen some encouraging signs", he added he recalled the ceasefire between Afghan government and the Taliban this year.

"Exxon has come back to Pakistan after 27 years, and they're doing a big exploration for us".

"Pakistan's action or inaction, as it relates to stability in Afghanistan, has often led to US's frustration", he said, adding that stability in the South Asia region remains the most important mutual strategic interest for both the USA and Pakistan. "We do not want to have conditions imposed on us which would cause more unemployment and inflation", he explained. In the 1980s, we collaborated with the U.S. in the Soviet jihad there.

At his confirmation hearing on Tuesday, the incoming head of US Central Command Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie also said American forces must stay, lest the Afghan government succumb to the pressure of the Taliban - which is still going strong despite years of US involvement. Then, in 1989, when the Soviets packed up and left, the USA did too. "I have asked our government to find out the status of the case". Pakistan had nothing to do with 9/11 (terror attack). I had gone on television and warned everyone that we will stand by the Supreme Court verdict.

The prime minister said Pakistan will continue to play a mediatory role for peace in Yemen to ultimately bring a lasting peace and stability to the region.

Meanwhile, when asked about the recent arrests of Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan's (TLP) workers and leaders, including its party chief Khadim Hussain Rizvi, Prime Minister Khan said that the matter was "straight forward".

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