ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has warned the European Union and its military arm NATO of revival of terrorism in the region if they leave the terror-crippled Afghanistan without establishing durable peace and stability. Well-placed diplomatic sources informed TheNation that Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani had been successful in securing guarantees from the NATO leadership that Western military alliance would not follow the US footprints in setting deadline for exit of its security forces from Afghanistan until and unless they finished their task there. The sources informed that Prime Minister Gilani made it clear to the EU and NATO leadership that unless complete peace and stability were established, prematurely leaving Afghanistan would tantamount to repeating situation emerged in the post-withdrawal of Russian forces. The sources were of the view that these efforts had been launched after Islamabads frustration with Kabuls dubious moves to reconcile with Afghan Taliban without taking Pakistan on board. They said that Pakistan had also raised its concerns over Afghanistans reluctance to evolve some effective mechanism in checking illegal border movements through Pak-Afghan border to curb cross-border terrorism. More than 45,000 people cross the Pak-Afghan border every day which impacts not only Pakistans national security but also hampers efforts for establishment of durable peace and stability in the region, a source informed. Pakistan has demanded technical assistance from the European Union and NATO leaders in securing long and porous border with Afghanistan with state-of-the-art biometric systems. Another concern that Pakistan has raised with the EU and NATO leaders, sources informed, is rampant flow of drugs from the neighbouring country, which many believed, is major source of income for the terror networks in the region. They were of the view that aim of these Pakistans diplomatic efforts was to remind the major powers involved in Afghanistan of their mandate to establish lasting peace and stability in the region.