Pakistani intelligence creates instability in Afghanistan: Afghan General
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 29 / Trend , D.Khatinoglu/
"The Pakistani Intelligence cooperates with the Taliban, trying to create instability in Afghanistan," Afghan Defense Minister official representative Zahir Azimi told Trend .
U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman, Admiral Mike Mullen said on March 28 that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) supports terrorist networks on the borders of India and Afghanistan.
On March 28, the BBC reported that U.S. Armed Forces General Staff Chairman in the Middle East David Howell Petraeus criticized ISI's activities and said that the Taliban and other forces had been created by the ISI and the relationship between them is still maintained.
The official Kabul has repeatedly expressed dissatisfaction with ISI's provocations in Afghanistan, Azimi said. "We are pleased that finally the U.S. openly spoke about the Pakistani intelligence and supported our position," General Azimi said in a telephone conversation from Kabul.
Do you have any feedback? Contact our journalist at [email protected]