Afghanistan supports India, says surgical strike right in all manners
New Delhi : Afghanistan on Friday gave positive support to India's surgical strike at 7 terrorist launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir along Line of Control. The country also warned Pakistan to take some "tough" and "risky" decisions to counter terrorism.
Afghanistan's Ambassador to India Shaida Abdali said his country does not make a distinction between terrorist groups and is against all such organizations that pose a danger and threat to any country in the world.
Dubbing India's move as a part of self-defence he claimed that no country in the world will allow its territory as safe heaven for the militants.
# Afghanistan's Ambassador to India Shaida Abdali claimed that India's surgical strike was a part of self-defence.
# It is high-time when we must take some risky calls to end terrorism from the world, said Abdali.
# Afghanistan was among the three nations who refused to attend SAARC Summit in Islamabad this year.
# SAARC Summit has now been postponed for a new location.