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PublishDate: Sunday, July 29, 2012 17:15

Afghan refugees in Pakistan not forced to leave

Tens and tens civilians have been killed and wounded and many families have fled due to the rockets fired from Pakistan.

"Following the agreement made between the UNHCR and Pakistan Afghan refugees in Pakistan are not forced to leave this country." said the ministry of foreign affairs authorities.

In his regular weekly press conference, Janan Muszai, the foreign affairs ministry spokesman, told media PAK-UNHCR agreement volunteers Afghan refugees in Pakistan to leave.

Afghanistan, Pakistan and UNHCR trilateral commitment has paved the ground for Afghan refugees volunteer, gradual and respected leaving he added.

Calling the reports saying by the end of 2012 Afghan refugees are forced to leave Pakistan baseless, Musazai expressed the Afghanistan government happiness over the agreement.

To bring the Pakistan rocket firing into Afghanistan border areas to close the two countries high ranked officials meet at Jalal Abad,Nanagrhar, he informed.

The rocket firings attacks have been carried out are going to be also discussed.

The Jalal Abad joint meeting is tasked with putting the two countries border forces in more harmony.

To seize any possible attacks in the future the meeting will offer a lot.

Since the Pakistan rocket firing began two years ago, it has been continuing. Provinces of Kunar, Nurestan and Lugar are targeted by PAK rackets.

Tens and tens civilians have been killed and wounded and many families have fled due to the rockets fired from Pakistan.





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