Afghan policeman retains guard along side an badault after
gunmen badault in Jalalabad metropolis, jap Afghanistan, May 17,
A Pakistani diplomatic official was shot by unknown
gunmen close to his residence in Afghanistan.
Relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan have been
going by way of a stormy interval.
JALALABAD, Afghanistan (Reuters) – A Pakistani diplomatic
official was shot by unknown gunmen close to his residence within the
metropolis of Jalalabad in jap Afghanistan on Monday, officers
Pakistan Foreign ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal issued a
badertion saying the Afghan cost d’affaires in
Islamabad had been summoned to protest the incident
which consular officers mentioned occurred in entrance of a employees
He condemned the killing and demanded elevated safety for
Pakistani diplomatic employees from Afghan authorities.
Relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan have been going
by way of a stormy interval with tensions over the most recent U.S.
strategic plan for the area and disputes over the Torkham
border crossing, which Pakistan has closed periodically.
Afghanistan’s ambbadador to Pakistan, Omar Zakhilwal condemned
the killing in a message on Twitter and mentioned he had conveyed his
authorities’s sympathies to the ministry of international affairs
The incident comes round every week after the deputy governor of
Kunar province in jap Afghanistan was kidnapped close to the
Pakistani metropolis of Peshawar though there was no rapid
indication of any connection between the 2 incidents.
(Reporting by Rafiq Shirzad, Kay Johnson in
ISLAMABAD, writing by James Mackenzie Editing by