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Taliban terms UNSC report on foreign groups activities ‘false’


KABUL: In a statement, the foreign ministry of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is rejecting report of UNSC monitoring team asserting an increase of foreign group’s activities in Afghanistan and calls it false information.

The statements released by the ministry of foreign affairs of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, clarify that such reports without any evidence, documents and address neither in the interest of Afghanistan, the region or the world.

Afghanistan is witnessing exemplary security since the Islamic Emirate of regained full sovereignty over the country the Islamic Emirate of has implemented its commitments laid out in the Doha Agreement and allows none a threat from Afghan soil to any other country, and in return, expects the same from others, adding the statement

The statement continues “Islamic Emirate, as an accountable government, will play a positive role towards security and stability of Afghanistan, the region and the world by utilizing the existing opportunities and facilities, and hopes other parties, including the UN Security Council, would also grasp these facts and make responsible statements.

Recently the UN Security Council released a report claiming that since the Islamic Emirate took control of Power armed foreign group activities increases in Afghanistan but the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan calls the report false to the truth.

The UN monitoring team has recently released a report in which it warned of increasing foreign groups’ activities in Afghanistan.

US media reports have claimed some foreign militant groups such as the hardliner Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaida operatives are present in the war-torn Afghanistan under the Taliban rule, but Kabul has rejected the allegation as groundless. 


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