Taliban apologise to Pakistan


The interim government in Afghanistan on Wednesday apologised to Pakistan over a flags’ removal incident from aid trucks at the Torkham border, calling it “regrettable”.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, who is also the acting information minister, said all Cabinet members are shocked over the incident.
“It was an individual act and the government took immediate action, arrested those who were involved,” Mujahid told Anadolu Agency over the phone.

“We know our Pakistani brothers and sisters are hurt and we apologise to them,” he said, adding that such an incident would not happen in the future.