ISLAMABAD/KABUL: Pakistan may send security officials including intelligence officers to Kabul in an attempt to reorganise the Afghan Army which is now under the control of the Taliban.
Speaking to Reuters, a Pakistani official who claimed to have knowledge of Pakistan’s security decisions said that the nuclear-armed country could send its security officials to Afghanistan to reorganise the Afghan army.
According to the Pakistani source: “The next two to three months are critical”.
Islamabad has expressed concerns about the Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan, a terrorist group which has carried out attacks targeting civilians in Pakistan.
“We (the international community) have to assist the Taliban in reorganising their army in order for them to control their territory,” the source told Reuters.
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