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Peace In Pakistan Closely Linked To Afghanistan: Chaudhry Nisar

Peace in Pakistan is closely linked to peace in Afghanistan, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar said.

According to GEO News he told journalists in Landi Kotal on Wednesday that Pakistan wants peace on both sides of the border.

He said Afghanistan blames Pakistan even for crimes it has not committed.

The minister said he wants to establish a National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) at the border to assist the injured and sick.

He said that terrorism had destroyed peace in the tribal areas.

Praising the tribes of Landi Kotal, he said their tribesmen had fought at the Kashmir border. "These tribes are always ready to defend the country," he said.

According to him, terrorism incidents were on the rise around the world, but dropping in Pakistan.

"There is no terrorist network in this area," he said.

"After Operation Zarb-e-Azb either terrorists were killed or they ran away. Terrorists come discreetly and then cross the border," he said.

Landi Kotal is a small town of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan and is on the western edge of the Khyber Pass that traditionally marks the entrance to Afghanistan.

Peace In Pakistan Closely Linked To Afghanistan: Chaudhry Nisar

According to GEO News Nisar, the interior minister, told journalists in Landi Kotal on Wednesday that Pakistan wants peace on both sides of the border.

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Peace in Pakistan is closely linked to peace in Afghanistan, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar said.

According to GEO News he told journalists in Landi Kotal on Wednesday that Pakistan wants peace on both sides of the border.

He said Afghanistan blames Pakistan even for crimes it has not committed.

The minister said he wants to establish a National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) at the border to assist the injured and sick.

He said that terrorism had destroyed peace in the tribal areas.

Praising the tribes of Landi Kotal, he said their tribesmen had fought at the Kashmir border. "These tribes are always ready to defend the country," he said.

According to him, terrorism incidents were on the rise around the world, but dropping in Pakistan.

"There is no terrorist network in this area," he said.

"After Operation Zarb-e-Azb either terrorists were killed or they ran away. Terrorists come discreetly and then cross the border," he said.

Landi Kotal is a small town of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan and is on the western edge of the Khyber Pass that traditionally marks the entrance to Afghanistan.

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