KABUL: The United States’s Republican Senator John McCain has revised his allegation that Inter Services Intelligence, a Pakistani spy agency, had prolonged friendly relations with the Taliban and Haqqani network.
Addressing a press conference at NATO Headquarters amid his visit to Kabul he accompanied by Senators Lindsey Graham and Lieberman said that now Pakistani authorities would be engaged in dialogs, while keeping in mind the relations between Pakistani forces and Taliban miscreants.
He further said that announcement to withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan would foil the fruits, being gained from the presence in the reign. He said that such measure would provide the US with spare risks.
Senator Lindsey Graham said on the occasion that he has severe concerns that if Islamabad has relations with NATO forces in Afghanistan or their rival militants. He said that Pakistani forces should be aware of that much more has been jeopardized.
Lindsey Graham said that Pakistani army should differentiate its friends and enemies. He said that it was our duty to told Pak army that it must should determine categorically that who should be its rival and who should be its ally, moreover we want to be a friend of Pakistan, he said.