Pakistan has not taken strong measures against extremist organizations, American General
Washington: US Central Command General Joseph Vital said that Pakistan has not yet taken concrete steps against the safe havens of extremist organizations inside the country.
During the meeting of the US Senate Committee for Defense Affairs, “House Armaged Services Committee” in Washington, the British website said Pakistan was in talks with the US Special Representative for Afghan Peace Zalmay Khalilzad and the Taliban. Positive steps to support, the contribution made during the past six months was not seen in 18 years before. Peace in the region is crucial for the shared interests of Pakistan and America, so if Pakistan plays positive role in the Afghan conflict resolution, the US will also help Pakistan. Despite our efforts to reconcile reconciliation in Afghanistan, the political environment has not yet been created, based on which American soldiers can be drawn.
The US Central Command said that we support our Foreign Ministry to find a diplomatic solution with Islamabad to end the Afghan conflict and, as well, we want to ensure that the role of Pakistan To be accepted and in the future agreements, take care of this role. Pakistan will always be important with the nuclear capability to protect American interests in the region, because it is located on the confluence of Russia, China, India and Iran, but many steps in Pakistan cause problems to the US.
General Joseph Vettle said that Pakistan has not taken concrete steps against the safe havens of the extremist organizations of the country, and thus, such groups in Afghanistan attack in Pakistan. Both sides of the border promote violence and stress in both countries due to the actions of such groups.