The American administration is constantly trying to negotiate with Pakistan’s Army Chief General Bajwa.
New Delhi. The United States is preparing to withdraw all its troops from Afghanistan by September this year. The US is also taking action, but it is difficult to do so without the help of Pakistan. In such a situation, the US administration is constantly trying to negotiate with Pakistan’s Army Chief General Bajwa.
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If the experts believe, Pakistan is trying to take advantage of this opportunity in the name of their help, i.e. trying to resume its closed economic cooperation in the name of help. The crop is engaged in blackmailing America.
America is not investing in Pakistan
Last month, Pakistan’s foreign minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, said in a statement that the United States should stop looking at Pakistan from the face of Afghanistan. America is not investing in Pakistan. How can bilateral relations be strengthened in such a situation? Last May, General Bajwa also met with US officials at Army Headquarters.
Pakistan wants to take advantage of the shortage
In fact, after leaving Afghanistan, the US wants an airport near the Pakistan-Afghan border for surveillance. In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, Pakistan gave the United States its air base to carry out terrorist attacks in Afghanistan under two agreements. Air communication and ground line of communication was agreed in 2001 for the use of Shamsi Air Base in Balochistan and Shahbaz Air Base in Sindh. The airbase was used to attack American planes and drones in Afghanistan and provide ground support.
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Both contracts were revoked in 2011. The reason behind this was said to be America’s approach to India. However, the US is also in talks with Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan at the request of the US airport. But the most convenient is Pakistan’s airbase. It is the closest to Afghanistan.