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DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed Lands In Kabul On Historic And High-Profile Important Visit After The Defeat Of US Forces In Afghanistan:

The Director General INTER-SERVICES INTELLIGENCE, PAKISTAN’s Most Feared and Respected Intelligence Agency, DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed lands in Kabul on historic and important high-profile visit after the humiliating defeat of US and Allied forces in Afghanistan.

DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed Lands In Kabul On Historic And High-Profile Important Visit After The Defeat Of US Forces In Afghanistan
DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed Lands In Kabul On Historic And High-Profile Important Visit After The Defeat Of US Forces In Afghanistan

According to the details, the CHIEF OF INTER-SERVICES INTELLIGENCE DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed reached the capital of Afghanistan on one-day long visit.

A picture circulated in the Social media depicting DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed interacting and enjoying ‘FANTASTIC TEA‘ with PAKISTAN’s Ambassador to Afghanistan H.E Mr. Mansour Ahmad Khan and his team at the Five Star Hotel in Kabul.

During the stay, the Head of PAKISTAN’s Most Feared and Respected SPY Agency is expected to meet with the Top Leadership of Taliban and PAKISTAN’s Ambassador to Afghanistan His Excellency Mr. Mansour Ahmad Khan.

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Reportedly, the CHIEF OF ISI Lands in Kabul to discuss all the possible ways to ensure that all the spoilers countries, including india, and the terrorist organizations do not take advantage due to the volatile circumstances in Afghanistan, which is known as the Graveyard of Empires.

“The issue of pending requests from countries and international organizations for the repatriation/transit through PAKISTAN and the need to determine the mechanism through which PAKISTAN could allow these, in coordination with the ground authorities in Afghanistan will be discussed during the meeting with the Taliban officials,” a press release said.

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Reliable sources privy to the situation and recent developments in Afghanistan said that Director General INTER-SERVICES INTELLIGENCE (ISI) Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed will also discuss the mechanism of repatriation and transit of foreign nationals and Afghans fleeing from the country.

DG ISI Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed and the Top Leadership of Taliban will also define the robust mechanism of the effective Border Management System, especially of Afghans who illegally cross over PAKISTAN on a daily basis.

The Director General INTER-SERVICES INTELLIGENCE (DG ISI) Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed and his team also taste the Fantastic Tea after reaching in Kabul.

It is pertinent to mention that Afghan Taliban highly lauded and acknowledged the long standing contribution and help of Brotherly country PAKISTAN towards the people of Afghanistan. The spokesperson of the Afghan Taliban hoped that the Brotherly country PAKISTAN would continue to provide its assistance to Afghanistan in the future as well.

The Afghan Taliban has also managed to capture the strategically important Panjshir Province of Afghanistan after defeating all the foreign funded resistance elements in Panjshir Province. Now, 100% of Afghanistan is under the control of Afghan Taliban.

Afghan Taliban has managed to take control of the Afghanistan after the US and allied forces accept their humiliating defeat and withdraw all their forces from Afghanistan, ending near 22 years of occupation.

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