No terrorist safe havens exist in Pakistan: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif

Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Tuesday said that Pakistan, in the meeting with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, influenced it to clear that no terrorist safe places of refuge exist on Pakistani soil.

Addressing Geo News, the pastor said that, in the meeting with Tillerson prior in the day, the common and military leadership presented a detailed narrative about its position on the nation’s war against terrorism. The pastor included that Tillerson underscored the requirement for Pakistan to manage the Haqqani network and terrorists safe heaven on its dirt.

“Terrorist assaults are not moved toward or executed from Pakistani soil; there are no terrorist safe heavens in Pakistan, and we made this unmistakable to the US designation today,” Asif stated, demanding that the Pakistani administration immovably clutches the position that it isn’t securing or supporting the Haqqani network.

“Our military and law authorization organizations have made a move; we have yielded comes about and will keep on doing so yet not for Afghan or American interest,” he stated, including, “Our battle against terrorism is our own and the outcomes we yield are our win.”