Kabul – During the third meeting of foreign ministers of Afghanistan’s neighbors, the foreign minister of Russia Sergei Lavrov has raised concerns over the concentration of Islamic State of Khurasan Province (ISKP) units across Afghanistan’s northern borders with Central Asian countries. Mr.Lavrov has further stated that Russia country is deeply concerned about ISKP’s plans to increase instability and expand terrorism to Central Asia and Russia.
Russian Foreign Minister has emphasized that Russia is particularly concerned about the plans of ISKP and its affiliated groups to destabilize Central Asian countries and spread instability to Russia.”
However, Amir Khan Muttaqi has assured Mr. Sergei that ISKP is not active in Afghanistan, adding no terrorist group would be allowed to use Afghanistan’s soil against other countries.
Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the neighboring countries are increasingly concerned about Afghanistan to turn a base for ISKP.
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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily