President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday rejected a phone call from his Pakistani counterpart, Pajhwok Afghan news reported.
According to reports, Ghani’s interior minister was sent to Islamabad along with officials who would be sharing evidence of Pakistan’s involvement in the recent terror attacks on Afghanistan.
According to the Pajkwok report, Pakistan’s PM wanted to share his sympathies with his Afghan counterpart over the series of terror attacks in the country.
In an interview with WION Afghanistan’s envoy to the US, Majeed Qarar, noted Pakistan’s involvement in the recent attack on Kabul. According to Qarar, Pakistan has been buying military-grade weapons from international companies and selling them to Taliban.