Own report: The US military is set to leave Afghanistan by August 31, as announced by US President Joe Biden. The Taliban has already started the process of forming a government. In this situation, Islamabad is listening to the message of fear to the whole world. Mayid Yusuf, Pakistan’s National Security Adviser (NSA), evoked memories of 9/11. “Leaving Afghanistan alone in this situation means creating the possibility of another 9/11,” Saf said. The same tone of terror was heard in the throat of China, the friend of all seasons of Pakistan.
In an interview with a foreign media outlet, Pakistan’s National Security Adviser (NSA) added that the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan would create a refugee problem.
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Why is Pakistan so worried?
According to international experts, the main reason for this is that they are driving Islamabad out of fear of losing its importance somewhere. They have tried to create an atmosphere of panic in order to maintain their relevance in this situation. Somewhere the whole world wants to send a message that it is not possible to fight terrorism without the help of Pakistan.
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Not only Pakistan, but also China is sending a message to stand by the Taliban. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi made the remarks during a meeting with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. He said America stood by the Taliban. The direction of their financial aid. The Chinese foreign minister also feared that the withdrawal of troops could lead to a resurgence of terrorism in Afghanistan.