The threat of terrorism is on a steady rise in Pakistan as the borders and mainland of the country. The incidents of terrorism are escalating freely in the country, which has led the government of the nation to blame the rest of the world for such incidents.
The Foreign Minister of Pakistan made the remarks at the Munich Security Conference in March. In the same event, the minister accused the leadership of Afghanistan of supporting several terrorist organizations. He claimed that the incidents of terrorism are the fault of other governments and not his own.
Meanwhile, the country is face to face with political and economic stress. With the economy in shambles, the government cannot comprehend how they must deal with Tehreek-e-Taliban, Pakistan. The foreign minister of Pakistan has urged the world to be pre-active and not reactive concerning the threat of terrorism. Reportedly, a delegation from Pakistan, under the leadership of the Defence Minister, Khawaja Asif. However, the said interaction led to nothing beyond polite assurances.
In this regard, a report from the US Intelligence confirmed that the threat Pakistan is currently facing is serious and growing alarmingly. The security analysts of Pakistan have also agreed to the analysis. Both parties agree that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan is capable of creating issues within the region.
Here, it is worth a mention that Pakistan largely facilitates the entry of the Taliban into the borders of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the US retracted from Afghanistan only 20 months ago, after 20 years of intrusion in the region.
However, with the Ukraine conflict, the United States of America has shifted their focus from the Pak-Afghanistan region. The country retracted from Afghanistan almost two years ago, shortly after which they took over the governance of the country. The United States of America does not show any indication pf returning to the region with efforts or assistance in restoring peace.