Pakistan’s strong reaction to the bill introduced in the US Senate

ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office has strongly reacted to the bill introduced by US senators, calling it a contradiction in Pak-US relations.

According to ARY News, the Republican senator introduced a bill in the Senate a day ago, calling for action against those who support the Taliban.

The bill calls for an investigation into Pakistan’s involvement in Panjshir and for action against states that support the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Reacting to a bill introduced by US senators, the State Department said, “After the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the debate in Washington was reviewed, in which the draft presented seems to be a response to the debate by the Republican group.”

According to a Foreign Office spokesman, the position on Pakistan in the draft is irrevocable, contradicting the special relationship established between Pakistan and the United States in 2001.

According to the Foreign Office, Pakistan’s position has always been that Afghanistan is not a military solution, a coercive ideology cannot be imposed on Afghanistan, the only way to achieve lasting peace in Afghanistan is through dialogue and negotiation.

The Foreign Office spokesman said that “Pakistan-US cooperation is essential for combating terrorism in the region. Measures on the proposed legislation are unreasonable and ineffective.”

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