Pakistan responds to President Ghani, Trump new aggressive policy in Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Faisal has said that Afghan problem can only be addressed through dialogue. Pakistan supports all peace processes that are owned and led by Afghans, Radio Pakistan has reported.
There are several processes and Quadrilateral Consultative Group involving Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and the United States would be the most appropriate forum to take the peace process forward.
All issues of the region should be sorted out through dialogue. International community should also address Pakistan's concern about Afghan issue.
Defence Analyst say that Since September over five thousand soldiers lost their lives and 1,500 were injured due to Trump policies in Afghanistan. The US is responsible for the whole situation in Afghanistan. The US tries to resolve all the issues in Afghanistan through wars and continuously trying to implement its policies through guns.
The people of Afghanistan give least importance to their lives on the matters of national interest and they cannot accept the dictation of the US. Now President Trump becomes confuse as he announced the victory of NATO in Afghanistan. Trump is under severe pressure as all his policies have been failed in Afghanistan.
The US should give proper time frame for peace in Afghanistan. Actual target of the US is Pakistan, China, Russia and CPEC. Pakistan and China should find negotiated settlement for Afghan issue to ensure peace in the region.
Since 2001, a large number of US forces are present in Afghanistan and it is not clear that the use of force is not solution to the Afghan problem. All the stakeholders should initiate talks to resolve the issues.
Afghanistan should design policies along with the neighboring countries to ensure peace in the region. The use of force will result in the loss of man and material in Afghanistan. The only solution to Afghanistan problem is talks and dialogue.
Such solution could benefit people and the government of Afghanistan.