Pakistan playing role to facilitate peace process in Afghanistan: PM
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has categorically said that Pakistan would neither fight anyone's war in future nor be treated like a hired gun because the country had paid huge cost for this.
In an interview with Turkish International News Channel, TRT World, the Prime Minister said from Afghan jihad onward, Pakistan paid enormous price in the form of 80,000 casualties, four million Afghan refugees, militancy and kalashnikov culture.
He said Pakistan recovering from that chaos. The Prime Minister said instead of previous mantra of doing more, Pakistan would now be an ally in peace. He said Pakistan has been playing its role to facilitate the peace process in Afghanistan.
On Pak-Turkish ties, the Prime Minister said even before the creation of Pakistan, the Muslims of the sub-continent had special liking for Turkey for being the only independent Muslim state that time.
He added that even the
ISLAMABAD: Deputy Speaker National Assembly, Qasim Khan Suri calls on Prime MinisterImran Khan, here at Prime Minister's Office, Tuesday. - PID photo