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Pakistan regrets exclusion from UNSC meeting on Afghanistan


Kabul, 7 August 2021 (TDI): In the emergency session held on Friday concerning the mounting violence of Afghanistan. Pakistan was not invited to participate in the meeting.
Muneer Akram, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to Afghanistan expressed regret and grumbled for not being invited to the UNSC emergency meeting. He, in a UN press briefing, after the session, stated that Pakistan is the most consequential neighbor of Afghanistan and a stakeholder, hence, not calling Pakistan to the session is unacceptable. In the emergency session, Ghulam M Isaczai, the Permanent Representatives of Afghanistan to the UN claimed that the insurgencies of Taliban are from Pakistan and the government of Afghanistan has informed the government of Pakistan. He offered to provide pieces of evidence to the UNSC. Muneer Akram, in the press briefing, denied the allegations and declared those the fantasies of the Afghan government.
The United Nations Security Council is presided over by the Indian Permanent Representative to UN, T S Tirumurti. He assumed the charge of the presidency of the UN for August last week intending to focus attention on maritime security, peace talks, and counter-terrorism.

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