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Pakistan once again gave Refuge to Afghans

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Pakistan once again gave refuge to Afghanis.”Refuge and safe passage” granted by Pakistan army at Pak-Afghan International border. Said its military wing Public Relation department ISPR.

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Pakistan granted “Refuge and Safe Passage” to 46 soldiers at Chitral border on sunday according to Inter Services Public Relations. The soldiers include Afghan National Army and border police who requested Pakistan army for a help to looming clouds of conflicts in Afghanistan.

According to statement, local ANA commander opposite Arundu, Chitral, had requested for refuge for 46 soldiers including the 5 officers.

Pakistan contacted with the concerned authorities from Afghanistan for the formalities.

“These Afghan soldiers arrived at Arundu sector, Chitral late last night. After contact with Afghan authorities and necessary military procedures, 46 soldiers including five officers have been given refuge [and] safe passage into Pakistan.
Afghan soldiers have been provided food, shelter and necessary medical care as per established military norms,” the ISPR statement said.

The statement also added the return of these soldiers to Afghan Authorities with dignity.Pakistan once again gave refuge to Afghanis.

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