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The Pakistani prime minister said on Monday that he was from the beginning opposed to the presence of US military forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rowhani on Monday, Amran Khan said there were many participants between Islamabad and Tehran in various fields. "The terrorists seek to undermine the friendly and fraternal relations between Iran and Pakistan and raise their differences, so we are determined to fight terrorism Firmly, and we think it is in Pakistan's interest not to allow the use of its territory against Iran and its neighbors. "
"I was opposed to the military intervention and the presence of US forces in Afghanistan," he said. "Today, I strongly oppose the occupation of the Golan Heights, the declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of the Zionist entity, and the unilateral withdrawal of the United States from the nuclear agreement. Contrary to international laws and norms. "