According to a spokesman for the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Pakistan is supporting insurgent groups and leaders on its soil.
"It is clear that if Taliban leaders are living in Pakistan and being supported by them, Pakistan will have a vital role in Afghan peace talks," the spokesman, Janan Musazai, told reporters in Kabul at a press conference on Sunday. He added that the recent rocket attacks from Pakistan into Nooristan and Kunar are unacceptable.
In the past 24 hours, nearly 250 rockets were fired from Pakistan into Afghanistan. There are no reports of fatalities or damages.
Musazai said that the international community also has asked Pakistan to play its part in bringing Taliban leaders into peace negotiations.
Terrorist hideouts inside Pakistan are threatening regionally and worldwide, Musazai stated.
"We should find a solution in order to prevent attacks in the future," he said.
Musazai added that the agreement to define the role of US troops beyond 2014 between Afghanistan-US security forces will be completed by the end of next year.