US urged Pakistan and Afghanistan to work together against Terrorism
The US has advised Pakistan and Afghanistan to work to be able to control extremism and terrorism from the region.
The US Condition Division representative Age Trudeau, in a media briefing, said that it will be early to convey anything regarding the strike on the America School in Kabul, however, it will be motivating if Pakistan and Afghanistan work together to make sure that such occurrences do not take place later on.
At least 12 people, such as seven learners, were murdered in panic or anxieties strike on the America School in Kabul on Friday. The attack finished when two gunmen were taken deceased by the federal government causes.
She said that Pakistan’s management has indicated its issue over improving extremism and has pressured on the need of not offering secure havens to terrorists.
The representative said the Pakistani government should not differentiate between enemy categories. She went on to say that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif had said that no elegance will be made between the horror killing and pressured the need of taking more actions to deal with terrorism.