Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistan’s Ambassador to Afghanistan, has said the presence of foreign terrorist groups poses a threat to Pakistan.
“Terror groups in Afghanistan threaten the security of Afghanistan and other countries, including Pakistan,” the Pakistani ambassador told TOLO News.
“Terrorist organizations present in Afghanistan have been posing threats to the security of Afghanistan and to other countries, including Pakistan. Daesh is there, remnants of al-Qaeda are maybe there. There are other elements like TTP, Baluch insurgents, and many other groups,” Ahmad Khan said.
The Pakistani ambassador to Kabul mentioned the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Baloch insurgents and many other groups he said were present in Afghanistan.
The current rulers of Kabul have not yet commented on the remarks of the Pakistani ambassador. But they have repeatedly denied the presence of terrorist groups in Afghanistan, saying that Afghan territory will not be used against any country.
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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily