America has said that there is no truth in the allegations of regime change made by Chairman PTI Imran Khanvowed not to let misinformation stand in the way of an important relationship between the two countries.
The US clarification came hours after Imran Khan reiterated his stance on regime change in April, saying the US had orchestrated efforts to manage a no-confidence motion to oust him. .
America pointed out that even now explanations have been given many times.
“What we can do is counter misinformation and misinformation with information,” State Department spokesman Ned Price said Monday, addressing a weekly briefing at the State Department office in Washington.
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“We value the longstanding cooperation between the United States and Pakistan. We have always considered a prosperous and democratic Pakistan as important to our interests. It is still unchanged. “
In response to a question regarding free and fair elections in Pakistan, the spokesperson said that America supports the peaceful establishment of constitutional and democratic principles not only in Pakistan, but throughout the world. These are issues we discuss with all our partners around the world, he said.
Responding to a question about Afghanistan becoming a terrorist haven again, the spokesperson said that the US is absolutely clear that the US and its partners around the world will not allow Afghanistan to become a safe haven for international terrorists. A threat to the United States, its partners around the world.
“Under the Doha agreement, the Taliban have repeatedly assured the world that they will not allow Afghan territory to be used by terrorists to threaten the security of other countries,” he remarked.
“President Biden has been very clear that we will retain the ability to take unilateral action if necessary to address any emerging terrorist threat or concern in Afghanistan,” he warned.
Ned Price said the US special representative for Afghanistan, Tom West, recently met with the Taliban in Doha, where they discussed a range of US interests, including counter-terrorism. He said that the US will continue to engage with the Taliban practically.
And after al-Qaeda’s now-dead leader Ayman al-Zawahiri took refuge, the Taliban will have to earn the world’s trust, and they will only earn it through their actions, he added.