Pakistan's request to the United Nations to put pressure on the Afghan government to stop the attacks of the outlawed TTP

New York: Pakistan demanded in the United Nations Security Council to put pressure on the Afghan government to stop terrorist attacks by the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.

According to the details, Pakistan's Permanent Representative Munira Karam while speaking at the Security Council briefing on Afghanistan in the United Nations demanded that the Afghan Interim Government end its relations with the outlawed TTP and investigate whether the outlawed TTP received modern military equipment. go

Muneer Akram urged the United Nations to put pressure on Pakistan to stop attacks on Pakistan and to identify the sources of financing of the outlawed TTP, which is supporting its 50,000 fighters and their terrorist activities. Is.'

The Pakistani Permanent Representative further said that an investigation should be conducted as to how the outlawed TTP acquired modern military equipment.

Munir Akram warned that 'if the international community does not stop TTP's terrorism, TTP, which is supported by al-Qaeda and some state sponsors, has the potential to become a global terrorist threat.'

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