Pakistan stands by counter-terrorism, FO feedback on killing of Al-Qaeda’s Zawahiri

The entrance facade of the Ministry of Overseas Affairs constructing in Islamabad. — Radio Pakistan/File

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Overseas Affairs on Tuesday stated that Pakistan stands by counter-terrorism efforts in accordance with worldwide regulation and related UN resolutions.

The assertion from the Overseas Ministry got here after the killing of Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in a CIA drone strike in Afghanistan.

Addressing media queries relating to the essential improvement, the ministry’s spokesperson stated that Pakistan’s position and sacrifices within the struggle towards terrorism are well-known.

“Pakistan condemns terrorism in all its varieties and manifestations,” the assertion learn.

The assertion additional added that they’ve seen the official statements by america and media studies relating to a counter-terrorism operation carried out by the US in Afghanistan.

After the incident yesterday, President Joe Biden introduced that america had killed Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri, one of many world’s most-wanted terrorists and suspected mastermind of the September 11, 2001 assaults.

In a televised tackle, Biden stated the strike in Kabul, Afghanistan, had been carried out on Saturday. “I gave the ultimate approval to go get him,” he stated, including that there had been no civilian casualties.

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