Reacting to the UN report that around 6,500 Pakistani fighters are present in Afghanistan, India said it vindicates their long-standing position that Pakistan remains the epicentre of terrorism.
India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) urged the international community to “hold Pakistan accountable and seek sustained, verifiable and irreversible action by Pakistan against terrorism.”
The UN Security Council’s Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team released a report that said Pakistan-based groups like Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Toiba and Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan are among some of the terror outfits that pose a serious threat to Afghanistan’s security.
“Pakistan has failed in fulfilling its international obligations, including under relevant UNSC resolutions and the Financial Action Task Force, to put an end to support to terrorism emanating from territories under its control,” the MEA said.
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India also said it will continue to contribute and support all efforts towards securing peace, security and stability in Afghanistan.