The United States backs Pakistan’s right to defend itself against terrorism. Claims that as a result of terrorism, Pakistan has suffered greatly. C claims that the Afghan government should keep its word that its territory won’t be used against its neighbors.
Pakistan has been severely damaged by terrorist attacks, according to the United States, so the country has a right to defend itself against terrorism.
The US statement follows Interior Minister Rana Sanullah’s threat to attack Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorists operating in Afghanistan if Kabul does not take steps to eliminate them.
Without naming it, the Kabul government has also been urged by the National Security Committee (NSC), led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, to refrain from offering safe haven to terrorist organizations on its territory.
Following the TTP’s announcement that the ceasefire with Pakistan would end, there has been a sharp increase in terror incidents in Pakistan over the past few months, particularly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.
At a weekly press conference in Washington, Ned Price, a spokesman for the US State Department, said, “We’re aware of the recent statement by the Pakistani National Security Committee.”
“Terrorist attacks have caused great suffering for the people of Pakistan. Pakistan is entitled to protect itself against terrorism.”
According to Price, the US demands that the Taliban uphold their promise to ensure that Afghan soil is never once again used as a staging area for international terrorist attacks.
According to him, these are some of the commitments that the Taliban have so far been unable or unwilling to keep.
The spokesman stated that the United States has promised to respond on numerous occasions.
“The Taliban have sworn allegiance to the world community. However, what is more, significant is that they have committed to the Afghan people. These are the obligations that matter most to us. An emphasis on human rights is one of the pledges the Taliban have made but have repeatedly broken when it comes to their own people “He was tense.
The spokesperson for the State Department continued, “We will act in a way that both expresses our vehement condemnation and continues our support for the Afghan people as long as the Taliban is unable to uphold these promises. And we’ll take great care to avoid doing anything that might put the Afghan people’s humanitarian security in even more jeopardy.”