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US urges Pakistan’s constructive role in resolving Afghan crisis

Dawn 17 Sep 2021
The US State Department has urged Pakistan to play a constructive role in persuading the Taliban to fulfil their commitments ... When asked to comment on the secretary’s statement, the spokesperson said Mr Blinken was referring to the public statements Pakistan and other countries in the region had made to support the people of Afghanistan.
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FO criticises Blinken’s remarks on Pakistan

Dawn 17 Sep 2021
The Foreign Office on Thursday decried US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s statement about Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan, saying it’s not in accordance with the cooperation between the two countries ... “We have noted that the comments were not in line with the close cooperation between Pakistan and the United States.”.
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In touch with Pakistan on Afghanistan: State Dept

The News International 17 Sep 2021
US expects Pakistan to work constructively for betterment of the Afghan people and to ensure that the “gains” achieved in Afghanistan over the past two decades were preserved, the Department of State said on Wednesday ... "We are going to continue to look to Pakistan and to other ...
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Pakistan wants to build constructive relationship with US: FO

The Wire 17 Sep 2021
Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmed on Thursday said that sustainable peace in Afghanistan has been the shared objective of Pakistan and the United States, and Islamabad looks forward to build constructive relationship with Washington, Radio Pakistan reported.
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Pakistan pledges to make all-out efforts to protect Chinese citizens

China.dot.org 17 Sep 2021
Islamabad will firmly push ahead with the construction of the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor, which brings benefits to the Pakistani people, Khan said in a conversation with Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi during the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit ...
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Pakistan to recognise Taliban govt ‘independently, not under duress’

The Wire Network 17 Sep 2021
We will take independent decisions in line with our interests,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmed said on Thursday while responding to a question about whether Pakistan was under US pressure not to recognise the Taliban government ... Blinken also endorsed comments by certain American lawmakers, who questioned the role of Pakistan.
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Convergence of global efforts needed to avert Afghan refugee crisis: COAS

The Wire Network 17 Sep 2021
The military’s media wing said that the visiting dignitary acknowledged Pakistan’s effort for hosting 4 million Afghan refugees for over four decades ... Last week, the army chief had reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to peace in Afghanistan, stressing constructive engagement and humanitarian support in the neighbouring country.
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KP govt. agree to allocate 20 kanal land to AIOU at Mardan

Urdu Point 17 Sep 2021
ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 17th Sep, 2021 ) .Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provincial government has agreed to provide 20 kanal land to Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) to build its regional office at Mardan to further expand and strengthen its educational network across the country.
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Abandoning Afghanistan to cause rise in terror incidents, transnational crimes: PM Imran Khan

Urdu Point 17 Sep 2021
He said as a direct neighbor and deeply impacted by the negative fallout for decades, Pakistan had a vital stake in a peaceful outcome ... Under the new situation, he said, Pakistan remained constructively engaged and kept its borders open to facilitate regular movement and let bilateral as well as transit trade flow.
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Initial Taliban Moves Don’t Convince Afghanistan’s Neighbors of a New Regime

The Algemeiner 17 Sep 2021
The killing in July of nine Chinese nationals in an attack on a bus transporting Chinese workers to the construction site of a dam in the northern mountains of Pakistan raised the specter of Afghanistan-based religious militants jihadists targeting China. Until now, it was mainly Baloch nationalists who targeted the Chinese in Pakistan.
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Afghan army’s 250 hostages in battle for Kajaki dam

The Times/The Sunday Times 17 Sep 2021
The hostages were construction workers employed at the site. Fifty were from Turkey, the Philippines and Pakistan; the rest were Afghans.Sponsored ... .
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Blinken's remarks on reassessing ties not in line with close US-Pakistan cooperation: FO

Dawn 16 Sep 2021
Foreign Office spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmad on Thursday said that US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken's remarks earlier this week, in which he had said the United States would be reassessing its relationship with Pakistan, were "not in line with the close cooperation" between the two countries.
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PM Imran’s active efforts for practical cooperation with China commendable: FM

The Wire 16 Sep 2021
During a recent meeting with CEOs of Chinese companies operating in Pakistan, the prime minister assured his government’s cooperation and facilitation to the Chinese enterprises and investors. The spokesperson remarked that China has been Pakistan’s largest source of investments and trading partner for many years in a row ... Construction Group Co.
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Pakistan strongly condemns grave HR violations in IIOJK: FO spokesperson

Urdu Point 16 Sep 2021
"We look forward to building on this convergence while also strengthening other aspects of a broad-based and constructive relationship."To a question about the illicit sale and purchase of fissile material in India, he said this issue was of serious concern for Pakistan, the region and for the global community.
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Islamabad wants constructive relationship with Washington: FO

Urdu Point 16 Sep 2021
(UrduPoint/UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News-Sept 16th, 2021) Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmed says that sustainable peace in Afghanistan has been the shared objective of Pakistan and the United States and Islamabad looks forward to build constructive relationship with Washington.

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