Indian support for the TTP is also a threat to other countries in the region. Foreign Office Spokesperson

Indian support for the TTP is also a threat to other countries in the region. Foreign Office Spokesperson

      




The statement from the Indian Foreign Ministry proved that the TTP in Afghanistan has the support of New Delhi. Ayesha Farooqi Kabyan


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has rejected the Indian Foreign Ministry's statement on the UN report, saying India's support for the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is a threat to other countries in the region. Foreign Office spokeswoman Ayesha Farooqi said in an official statement that the United Nations had mentioned peace and stability in the 11th report of the Afghanistan Monitoring Team and that the report did not mention safe havens in Pakistan.

Ayesha Farooqi said that the international community had not expressed any doubts about the Afghan peace process. She said that the Indian Foreign Ministry had made allegations against Pakistan by distorting the UN report. The spokesman said that the statement of the Indian Foreign Ministry was an attempt to affect the Afghan peace process. Pakistan has already warned about the elements that could harm the Afghan peace process. The Foreign Office said in a statement that the UN report had shown support for India's TTP in Afghanistan.

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