Pakistan blames USA for instability in South Asia

ISLAMABAD, Jan. 19 (MNA) – Pakistani prime minister's Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz blamed the United States on Monday for the instability in the South Asia and called Washington to analyze its role and that of its allies in the region.

In a discussion in the Senate, Aziz recalled  that during the '80s in the 20th century, the US Administration then created the Mujahiddeen in the Pakistani tribal areas to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan.

That factor contributed to decades of instability in Pakistan and the region, asserted the official, according to the newspaper Dawn.

Aziz made those statements in the framework of a senatorial session to analyze recent comments by US President Barack Obama, considered offensive by Islamabad.

The advisor ratified the policy of his Government of not interfering in the internal affairs of other nations and restrain from participating in foreign conflicts.





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    • aziz 09:55 - 2016/01/20
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      This is real. USA’s aim is not to solve the problem. They create the problem. Let’s see in Iraq, Syria, Lebia, in middle east, ISIS. Iraq under Saddam was peaceful and a develop country, Lebia under Gaddafi was peaceful and prosperous country. Under USSR middle east was a peaceful area, when USA enter middle east only from then the problem has started. It is not the work of USA, it the Work of Isreal. Now for world terrorist activity USA, Isreal and India are axis. so realize it.