New Delhi: The US has stated that it’ll reassess its relationship with Pakistan within the coming weeks referring to the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
On Monday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated that Pakistan has a “multiplicity of interests” which might be in battle with the US in a report by Reuters.
Blinken advised the Home of Representatives Overseas Affairs Committee through the first public listening to in Congress about Afghanistan, that whereas Pakistan was concerned in counterterrorism with the US, the nation was on the identical time ‘harboring members of the Taliban’.
“This is one of the things we’re going to be looking at in the days, and weeks ahead – the role that Pakistan has played over the last 20 years but also the role we would want to see it play in the coming years and what it will take for it to do that,” stated Blinken within the report. He additionally added that the US will formulate what function they may play in Afghanistan.
Pakistan has been accessed of aiding the Taliban whereas being an ally to america. Even through the earlier Taliban regime from 1996-2001, Pakistan had acknowledged the federal government.
The nation can also be recognized to have supplied a protected area for Taliban members After the withdrawal of the US troops from Afghanistan in August and take over by the Taliban, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan responded by saying that the “Afghans have broken the shackles of slavery” within the nation.