Publish dateSaturday 14 October 2023 - 20:21
Story Code : 278381
Kabul: Putin
IEA rejected the recent remarks made by the Vladimir Putin on threats coming from Afghanistan.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, The Islamic Emirate's spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that Afghanistan's territory is secure and that no terrorist organization is present here to pose a threat to other nations.
"According to us, the statements made by the President of Russia may be based on incorrect information because Afghanistan has not been a threat to any country during the past two years,” Mujahid said.
On Friday, the president of Russia at the meeting of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in Bishkek, expressed his concerns regarding the situation in Afghanistan.
Vladimir Putin at the CIS summit said: “I think it is justified to support Tajikistan’s concerns related to the threats emanating from the territory of Afghanistan. The situation in this country continues to be complex and there are enough threats.”
Meanwhile, some political experts believe that the current government should reduce the presence and activities of terrorist groups to zero in order to solve the concerns of the countries in the region and the world.
"It is needed that each ruler should be accountable to its people, the countries of the region and the world, because no government can work alone,” said Omar Nuhzat, a political analyst.
"He uses this to find friends for himself and at the same time put pressure on the Islamic Emirate by showing the issue of Afghanistan to the regional level and for lobbying,” said Hadi Zazi, another political analyst.
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