Kabul – The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan in a statement has said that the ground for sustainable and long-lasting peace in Afghanistan is enabled after four decades of war and conflicts. He has urged the current rulers to understand the realities of time and prioritize the demand of the people of Afghanistan for peace and rule of law in accordance with the realities of the society, which is to respect human rights.
Moreover, Imran Khan has called on the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to take serious measures collectively so as to prevent humanitarian crisis and economic collapse in Afghanistan.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister has further added that there must be an active interaction with present rulers of Afghanistan in order to support human rights, especially women’s rights and effective strategies must be developed to fight against any terrorist threats from Afghanistan.
He has further urged the Taliban militants to cope with the current realities of Afghanistan that the country is not the same as it was 20 years ago. He has added that Taliban should change the strategy of taking revenge and enable an environment of peace and harmony so as to gain internal recognition by the people of Afghanistan, which gradually paves the way for their international level recognition.
The OIC Foreign Ministers’ Summit in Islamabad is scheduled to be held on March 25, which coincides with the 75th anniversary of Pakistan’s independence.
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