The US has accused Pakistani intelligence of having links with terrorists

The Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff Joseph Dunford said that the Pakistani Control of inter-services intelligence (ISI) has links with terrorist groups. About it reports Reuters.

U.S. officials have long been frustrated by what they called the unwillingness of Pakistan to act against Islamist militant groups, including the Taliban (banned in Russia) and “the Haqqani Network”.

On 21 August it was reported that the President of the United States Donald trump took the decision to send to Afghanistan an additional contingent of the American military. Sources CBS News then said that the head of state will require the authorities in Pakistan to stop providing safe haven to terrorists.

In July last year, the former head of Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil has published documents proving that the Pakistani government helped the Taliban and the “Haqqani Network” in 2014 and 2015. Among these materials, the Executive order on the establishment of terrorist safe havens in Pakistan and the promise of monetary rewards for the attack on the airport in Kabul. Nabil has not announced where he took the papers, and their authenticity has not been confirmed.