The acting prime minister of the Afghan Taliban regime, Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund, has urged Pakistani authorities to treat Afghan refugees better, calling their current treatment “cruel.” He stated this during a meeting with a delegation led by JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman. Mullah Akhund emphasized that the Afghan Taliban has no intention of causing harm to Pakistan or any other country and will not allow anyone to use Afghan soil against any country. The meeting aimed to strengthen relations between the two countries, as Pakistan accuses the Afghan Taliban of sheltering TTP militants. The Afghan Taliban deny this and urge Pakistan to focus on its internal security challenges. The Pakistani government’s decision to deport nearly half a million undocumented Afghans has strained relations further. The Afghan delegation also raised concerns about trade hurdles and the treatment of Afghan refugees in Pakistan. Despite these discussions, it is unclear whether the JUI-F chief addressed Pakistan’s concerns about TTP, and there is no reference to the outcome of these issues in the official statement from the Taliban regime. The purpose of the visit was to remove misunderstandings and enhance cooperation between the two countries. The delegation hoped that this visit would yield positive results.
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