New Delhi: The Pakistani Ministry of foreign Affairs approached the Pakistan naval headquarters not to push for the conclusion of an agreement on water sharing with Afghanistan currently as a dialogue on the topic in the current Afghan government led by President Ashraf Ghani would be “detrimental to Islamabad’s interests” as if “controversial issues”. The Ministry has advised naval staff to “hold the matter until the formation of the new political dispensation in Afghanistan.”

Recommendations of the Russian foreign Ministry also noted that “subject” (on joint use of water resources) should be avoided, as “Pakistan has already received a double share of water from Kabul river, which initially flows from the river Chitral”.

These recommendations are sent to the Pakistan naval headquarters last month, and addressed to Sunday Guardianuntil I discovered a “new political reality” that the Pakistan Ministry of foreign Affairs reports that siding with Pakistan will cause in the near future, but it’s not rocket science that the Ministry of foreign Affairs, probably alluding to the Taliban government in Afghanistan that the ISI is seeking even with the United States and Taliban peace Treaty was signed.

7 Mar Sunday Guardian it was written that the Taliban, in cooperation with Pakistani intelligence, was working on the ground in order to eliminate political dispensation (The eyes of the Taliban to replace the Pro-India Ghani in Kabul).

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Pakistan addressed to the naval office to convene an interdepartmental group, which was established in March 2017, to strategize national interests of Pakistan in the light of Indian projects in Afghanistan in the near future to discuss the event.

Strategic observers who follow the issues, I believe that these events are possible signs of the ISI and the Taliban making a move to remove the current Afghan government in the near future, as India, one of the closest allies of Afghanistan, in the literal and figurative sense, is faced with problems of their own with regards to China.

SALAMI-SLICING PAKISTAN COPY CHINA

Pakistan also resorted to encroaching on the territory belonging to Afghanistan on the “Durand line” leading to a “war-like” situation between the two countries.

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Afghanistan has recently strongly protested to Pakistan after he discovered that 600 square meters site, including the cemetery, was the subject of encroachment by the Pakistani army, which is now installed there barbed wire to stop Afghans from taking her. This method of trimming away small pieces of land and declaring it as their own is the fact that China is also engaged in a long time.

The government of Afghanistan recently discovered that Pakistan troops have encroached on about 500 to 600 square meters of the territory of Afghanistan in the area Sonzi and Warzhala Tani district Khost province and erected barbed wire fences around the impinging region.

When installing barbed wire in the area Sonzi, even in the cemetery belonging to the village Sonzi tribes and Tani district Khost province, has now gone the other way (from Pakistan) “the Durand Line”, Sunday Guardian found out through the official documents.

This encroachment, according to official reports, caused a lot of discontent among local residents. There were concerns that the conflict will flare up in these areas, but it was “controversial”.

MORE TROUBLES IN KABUL

Signs that troubled times are ahead for Afghanistan can be judged from the statement of the EU ambassadors in Kabul last week, the escalating violence in the country.

“The EU delegation in agreement with the heads of diplomatic missions of the EU in Kabul believe that the situation had further deteriorated since may 29, when the Council of Ministers of foreign Affairs of the EU said that the level of violence as “unacceptable”,” the statement said.

“Attack of the Taliban against the Afghan national defence Forces and security and undermines the prospects for inter-Afghan negotiations; this has to end and a full ceasefire will come into force. Violence against civilians also continued. This is a violation of international humanitarian law which severely undermines the faith and trust needed for peace talks. It looks like a deliberate attempt to stifle debate on the eve of peace talks. These crimes must be investigated and the perpetrators brought to justice,” – he said next.



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