Afghanistan embarrassed Pakistan by refusing to accept Pakistani aid of $500 millions

Afghanistan embarrassed Pakistan by refusing to accept Pakistani aid of $500 millions
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AMRITSAR: Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani lashed out at Pakistan in the Indian city of Amritsar.

I don’t want a blame game, I want clarifications on what is being done to prevent the export of terror,” Ghani said, calling it an undeclared war on Afghanistan.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani thanks Pakistan for $500 million assistance  

“We thank Pakistan for their pledge of $500 million assistance for reconstruction of Afghanistan. I hope you use it to fight terrorists and extremists in Pakistan .”

Pakistan had made the pledge earlier this year.

Ghani’s remarks, the strongest in recent months, come as India has simultaneously mounted pressure on Pakistan to end what it too calls cross-border terrorism in the disputed territory of Kashmir.

PM Nawaz Sharif meets Afghan President Ashraf Ghani

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said regional players had to act against not only the militants but their sponsors. “It must be backed by resolute action. Not just against forces of terrorism, but also against those who support, shelter, train and finance them.”

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