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Muttaqi: Islamic Emirate Controls All Territory in Afghanistan

Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi said that all lands of Afghanistan are under the rule of the Islamic Emirate and that there is no political detainee currently in Afghanistan.

In his meeting with some of the Afghan refugees in Iran, Muttaqi said that security is provided all over Afghanistan.

“The opposition does not have control even over one meter of land. All feudal power has been eliminated. No one can say 'we are powerful, and you are weak,'" he said.

The acting Foreign Minister meanwhile said that Kabul and Tehran are seeking to improve ties and that the Iranian officials promised him to address the challenges of the Afghan refugees.

This comes as the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman, Nasir Kanani, said that the interests of Iran and Afghanistan are linked and that any situation in Afghanistan will impact the security of Iran’s borders with the country.

“We have mentioned the problems which the Afghans are facing. They have promised in some areas that they will solve the problems. Our consulates and embassies are active in the political field,” said Nasir Kanani, Iranian foreign ministry’s spokesman.

The acting Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, during his visit to Iran arrived in Mashhad on Monday and met with Sardar Mohammad Yaqoob Ali Nazari, governor of Khorasan Razavi, the deputy spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, Hafiz Zia Ahmad Takal, said on X, adding that issues related to bilateral trade, transit, railway and agriculture were discussed during the meeting.

Muttaqi expressed hope that the Afghan refugees and traders based in Mashhad will be treated with “further good behavior" and provided with cooperation.

Muttaqi: Islamic Emirate Controls All Territory in Afghanistan

In his meeting with some of the Afghan refugees in Iran, Muttaqi said that security is provided all over Afghanistan.

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Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi said that all lands of Afghanistan are under the rule of the Islamic Emirate and that there is no political detainee currently in Afghanistan.

In his meeting with some of the Afghan refugees in Iran, Muttaqi said that security is provided all over Afghanistan.

“The opposition does not have control even over one meter of land. All feudal power has been eliminated. No one can say 'we are powerful, and you are weak,'" he said.

The acting Foreign Minister meanwhile said that Kabul and Tehran are seeking to improve ties and that the Iranian officials promised him to address the challenges of the Afghan refugees.

This comes as the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman, Nasir Kanani, said that the interests of Iran and Afghanistan are linked and that any situation in Afghanistan will impact the security of Iran’s borders with the country.

“We have mentioned the problems which the Afghans are facing. They have promised in some areas that they will solve the problems. Our consulates and embassies are active in the political field,” said Nasir Kanani, Iranian foreign ministry’s spokesman.

The acting Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, during his visit to Iran arrived in Mashhad on Monday and met with Sardar Mohammad Yaqoob Ali Nazari, governor of Khorasan Razavi, the deputy spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, Hafiz Zia Ahmad Takal, said on X, adding that issues related to bilateral trade, transit, railway and agriculture were discussed during the meeting.

Muttaqi expressed hope that the Afghan refugees and traders based in Mashhad will be treated with “further good behavior" and provided with cooperation.

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