Taliban confirms meeting between Pakistan’s ISI chief and Taliban’s Mullah Baradar.

Inquiries of Pakistan’s obstruction in Afghanistans interior undertakings have been raised after the head of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Faiz Hameed visited Kabul unannounced to meet Taliban pioneers.

Authorities of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said that no nation will be permitted to meddle in the inner issues of Afghanistan, Khaama News announced.

The authorities have named the US and Pakistan specifically, yet have recognized that no nation of the world will be offered the chance to interfere in Afghanistan’s undertakings.

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The Pakistani government has not remarked on the motivation behind Hameed’s visit to Afghanistan.

Individuals have responded to the visit of the two authorities and said that their visit before the declaration of any administration is clear obstruction in Afghanistan’s undertakings.

Acting clergyman of data and culture and Taliban representative Zabihullah Mujahid said that they won’t permit any nation, incorporating Pakistan to meddle in Afghanistan’s issues.

He added that the ISI boss might have brought the message of the Afghan government officials estranged abroad in Islamabad.

Prior, Sohail Shaheen, an individual from the Taliban’s political office situated in Doha, had responded to the US’s authorities’ assertions and had added that the nation ought not meddle in Afghanistan’s issues.

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Shaheen had added that they are not disregarding ladies’ privileges of schooling and work with respect to as they notice Islamic hijab.

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