ISLAMABAD: :National Security Adviser (NSA) Dr Moeed Yusuf on Thursday said terrorism was a major threat to Pakistan’s stability, as Post-9/11 policies in Afghanistan had led to terrorism in the country.
It was a pleasure to have a very candid and insightful conversation with the students at NUST during @IsbDialogue's special session on Afghanistan. Thought I should share my concluding message to the students here as well. #ISDatNust pic.twitter.com/YCo0T5MwnV— Moeed W. Yusuf (@YusufMoeed) September 30, 2021
The NSA was addressing the special session of the Islamabad Security Dialogue held here at NUST University on the situation in Afghanistan, said a media release.
NSA Dr Moeed Yusuf during his address presented a historical perspective on Afghanistan issue.
He underscored that the world should learn from the mistakes of the past.
"Afghanistan's Peace and Stability is non negotiable for Pakistan. Pakistan wants a stable Afghanistan".— Islamabad Security Dialogue (@IsbDialogue) September 30, 2021
Dr. Moeed Yusuf at the Islamabad Security Dialogue Special Session on Afghanistan at @DefiningFutures pic.twitter.com/SN8wGbtXmn
“Pakistan has always strived for peace and stability in Afghanistan and there are no two opinions on this,” Dr Moeed Yusuf said. He vowed that Pakistan wanted a stable Afghanistan.