Moeed Yusuf, The Pakistan’s National Security Adviser said that Afghan soil still being used against the Pakistan, and that systematized terrorists groups were operating in the bordering country.
As per details, Dr. Moeed Yusuf made the remarks at a briefing on the internal and foreign security situation to the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs.
The NSA, In a tweet stated it was a “pleasure” to brief the NA body, “Had a really productive talk about Afghanistan and the National Security Policy (NSP),” added that he was grateful for the appreciation they received for their work from members of the committee.
The Pakistani NSA during the briefing to NA Body said that the administration was “not fully hopeful” about the Taliban government’s return in the war-torn country. He also informed lawmakers that the proscribed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) had unilaterally violated the government’s month-long ceasefire accord, added that “Those who declare war on the country will be dealt with an iron fist,”
He further said that the committee was also appraised by the NSA on the recently approved NSP, Sartaj Aziz, a former adviser to the PM on foreign affairs, began working on the policy in 2014.
Dr. Moeed Yusuf said that policy took 7 years to develop and was eventually presented to the Parliamentary Committee on National Security, “It will not be implemented until approval from Parliament,” he said.
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