Taliban accuses Pakistan of allowing US drones in Afghan airspace | Taliban News

Appearing Minister of Defence Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob says American drones have been getting into Afghanistan through Pakistan.

The Taliban’s appearing defence minister has stated Pakistan allowed American drones to make use of its airspace to entry Afghanistan, a cost Pakistan has just lately denied following a US air strike in Kabul.

Appearing Minister of Defence Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob informed reporters at a information convention in Kabul on Sunday that American drones have been getting into Afghanistan through Pakistan.

“In keeping with our data the drones are getting into by way of Pakistan to Afghanistan, they use Pakistan’s airspace, we ask Pakistan, don’t use your airspace towards us,” he stated.

Pakistan’s overseas ministry didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.

Pakistani authorities have denied involvement in or superior data of a drone strike the US stated it carried out in Kabul in July that killed al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri.

Intelligence had positioned al-Zawahiri’s household in Kabul earlier this yr. An Egyptian surgeon with a $25m reward on his head, al-Zawahiri helped coordinate the September 11, 2001 assaults on the US that killed practically 3,000 folks.

Earlier, US officers talking on the situation of anonymity informed reporters that the CIA carried out a drone assault in Kabul utilizing two missiles.

Yaqoob’s feedback might exacerbate pressure between the neighbouring nations at a time when the Taliban is mediating talks between the Pakistan authorities and the Pakistan Taliban, identified by the acronym TTP.

Afghanistan additionally depends closely on commerce with Pakistan because the nation experiences an financial disaster.

The Taliban stated it’s investigating the July air strike and that it has not discovered the al-Qaeda chief’s physique.

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