Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Visual Chinese Data Map
According to India Today, September 24, Prime Minister Imran Khan, speaking at the American Association for Foreign Relations in New York, said, Pakistani participation in the United States after September 11 is one of the biggest mistakes we have made, and we should remain neutral at that time.
According to the Russian Satellite News Agency on September 24, the Prime Minister of Pakistan further explained that the main mistake was that the United States and Pakistan had been trained in the 1980s to confront Soviet forces in Afghanistan.
Imran Khan also said that there is no future for resolving the Afghan conflict by force.
Since 2001, the United States and its allies have launched operations against the Taliban and other organizations in Afghanistan, killing about 1,900 U.S. military personnel and civilian professionals, as well as a large number of Afghan civilian casualties. The war in Afghanistan was the longest military operation in the history of the United States Army.
The conflict between the Afghan government forces and the Taliban movement has lasted for many years. In recent years, the influence of the terrorist organization Islamic State in Afghanistan has also increased. The Taliban control large areas of rural Afghanistan and are attacking large cities, while the Afghan Defense Forces and Security Forces are conducting joint operations to combat terrorism throughout the country.
Indian media: China supports Pakistan to safeguard its core interests
Reference News Network reported on September 10 that China and Pakistan discussed the Kashmir issue on September 8, stressing the need to resolve regional disputes through dialogue on the basis of mutual respect and equality. Beijing reiterates its support for Pakistan to safeguard its sovereignty and territorial integrity.