Imran Khan called for Pakistani manpower to be sent to Afghanistan

Imran Khan called for Pakistani manpower to be sent to Afghanistan

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has instructed Pakistani officials to send trained and professional manpower to Afghanistan.

Imran Khan’s office says Khan made the remarks at the third Apex meeting on Afghanistan yesterday. The meeting was also attended by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Intelligence Minister Fawad Hussain Chaudhry, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad, National Security Advisor Moayed Yusuf and a number of other Pakistani officials.

The office of the Prime Minister of Pakistan stated that the purpose of this work is to prevent a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.

“The prime minister has instructed officials to send trained, trained human resources in the fields of medicine, information technology, finance and accounting to Afghanistan to prevent a humanitarian crisis,” Imran Khan’s office’s Twitter page said.

Imran Khan also expressed concern about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Afghanistan and said that his country would continue to provide assistance to Afghanistan. Khan also welcomed the recent UN initiative to raise funds for the Afghan people.

Pakistan is committed to providing full support to the Afghan people to prevent a humanitarian crisis,” Khan said. “We welcome the United Nations request for assistance to Afghanistan.”

He also stressed the need to expand cooperation in the railway, mining, pharmaceutical and media sectors to help revitalize and develop Afghanistan.

Imran Khan’s remarks come after the New York Times recently reported that the Islamic Emirate was facing a shortage of professional staff. The report states that a large number of those appointed to the Islamic Emirate are Rumi who have been trained at the Haqqani School in Pakistan. “The Taliban have staffing problems, they are seeking help in Pakistan, government posts are being given to support veterans and those living quietly in Pakistan, but they all have the technical skills needed to work,” the report said. Do not have.

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