A top Afghan government official on Saturday said Pakistan is in a confusion over choosing a proper stance about missile attacks into eastern regions of Afghanistan.
Speaking at a press conference President Karzai's Spokesman Wahid Omar said Pakistani border-shelling is evidence-based and Islamabad should have a clear position regarding the attacks.
Following Pakistan's attacks on border areas of Afghanistan, Afghan President called on Pakistan to stop the attacks.
Mr Omar said that Afghan government would not be silent about the attacks, but current response of Afghanistan would be to use diplomatic ways.
"There are confusions on that side. Sometimes, they say Pakistan is not involved in the attacks or the attacks are a retaliation against the Afghan rocket attacks. I guess Pakistan is confused in this case and I hope they clarify their position to Afghanistan," he added.
Meanwhile, Pakistan's Prime Minister has claimed that Afghan militants have been crossing Pakistan's border, but Afghan government has dismissed all the accusations.
"It's been around 10 years that Afghanistan has been damaged due to militants crossing the borders from our neighbouring countries which is Pakistan. We have asked the world and Pakistan to stop this, but I don't think this case will stay covered with retaliation or denial,"
Mr Omar said.
Kabul and Islamabad have recently been agreed to make a joint commission to evaluate the recent incidents in Afghanistan and Pakistan borders, and representative have also gone to the sites of incidents, but there isn't a clear conclusion made by the representatives.