India Must Work on a 'Common Strategy’ in Afghanistan: Germany on Delhi's Alleged Backing of Daesh
"For the broader region and also for India, it is important to discuss and develop a common strategy as far as developments in Afghanistan are concerned. We need international unity. We need to stand united. And the fact that the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution is an important step in that direction", said the top German diplomat.
As a neighbor, #Pakistan is directly affected by the crisis in #Afghanistan. Germany will continue to support the region. In addition to our financial commitments, we will pursue and implement specific projects, e.g. on border control. @HeikoMaas after talks in #Islamabad pic.twitter.com/oc0E7ybKBJ— GermanForeignOffice (@GermanyDiplo) August 31, 2021
"Beware. We have been constantly warning the international community about the roles of spoilers within and beyond Afghanistan. The international objective is peace and stability. The international community has to discern between those who are standing on the side of peace and stability and has to differentiate between those who, for self-interest, are taking steps that won't be helpful in promoting peace and stability", said Qureshi.
"India has been at the forefront of global efforts against terrorism in partnership with the international community, which is well aware of Pakistan's credentials when it comes to terrorism. Such desperate attempts by Pakistan at peddling lies and propaganda will therefore find few takers", Indian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on 13 August, while responding to Islamabad's allegations.