ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has encouraged the international community to recognise Afghanistan’s new reality and interact with it in the sake of regional peace and stability.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, speaking to the media in Islamabad with his Spanish counterpart Jose Manuel Albares, stated that isolating Afghanistan will have significant implications.


The policy of fear, pressure, and coercion, according to Pakistan’s top diplomat, “has not succeeded,” and “we need to embrace a fresh constructive approach toward Afghanistan.”

Shah Mehmood Qureshi, speaking on the evacuation flights from Kabul that began on Thursday following the US pullout on August 30, stated that this safe passage is in line with European demands, and that “we need to urge the Taliban to stay on course.”


He was disappointed that the spoilers prevented the intra-Afghan debate from reaching a resolution.

Qureshi urged the international community to help Afghanistan’s economy recover and stabilise, noting that the country’s economic turmoil is not in anyone’s favour.

“We have to preserve Afghanistan from a humanitarian catastrophe,” Qureshi added.

“We have to preserve Afghanistan from a humanitarian catastrophe,” Qureshi added.

He stated that the decision to freeze Afghan money would not be helpful in averting an economic disaster in the war-torn nation and should be reconsidered.

Both Pakistan and Spain, he added, desire peace in Afghanistan.

The Spanish foreign minister indicated a strong willingness to collaborate closely with Pakistan and other regional nations to assist Afghans.

Both Pakistan and Spain, he added, desire security and peace in Afghanistan, with no spillover effects to the rest of the region. We want humanitarian help to reach the Afghan people, he added.

Regarding the violation of human rights in Indian-controlled Kashmir, Albares stated that the European Union respects human rights all around the globe.

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