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Pakistan upset over Afghan Taliban's remarks, says it's 'against spirit of friendly ties'
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Pakistan upset over Afghan Taliban's remarks, says it's 'against spirit of friendly ties'
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Islamabad, Oct 1 (TIWN) Pakistan has termed the recent remarks of an official from the Taliban-led government in Afghanistan as "against the spirit of friendly relations", and highlighted the need for interim authorities to take necessary steps to address international expectations and concerns.

He came on Friday as a holographic avatar, to animate a discussion on “Education for Human Flourishing” at the UN’s observance of the International Day of Nonviolence.  And while he spoke of education creating new people and a world of peace, at the nearby Security Council chamber mighty nations were clashing over an intractable war and its violence.  India’s UN Mission and UNESCO’s Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) brought him to the UN for the observance of the International Day of Nonviolence, and who better to learn nonviolence and the education for the creative change it inspires.  A lifesize, speaking, gesticulating presence on the stage, the avatar provoked, prodded and challenged a panel made up of an activist, a diplomat, a youth and an economist to delve into the meaning of education for humanity.

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