Pakistan warns Afghanistan to control India for using its soil

Islamabad: Pakistan has warned Afghanistan and asked to control India form using its soil against them, according to radio channel reported today.

Foreign Office spokesman, Nafees Zakaria said in a statement, “Such cooperation should not be to the detriment of Pakistan.”

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The statement comes from Pakistan side for India-Afghanistan just two days after a report saying New Delhi will deliver more arms to Kabul to help them in fighting militants.

India has provided over $2 billion in economic assistance to Afghanistan in more than a decade.

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New Delhi has also been assisting Kabul in building its war-ravaged buildings and heritage sites.

India assisted in building the Afghan Parliament complex as well as in restoring the Stor Palace in Kabul. These were jointly inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on December 25 last year and August 21 respectively.

New Delhi in December last year announced the supply of four military helicopters in India’s first transfer of lethal equipment’s to Afghanistan since the hardline Taliban movement was toppled.

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