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Kabul Affirms Security of Afghan Territory Despite Concerns of Region

In response to comments by the head of Kyrgyzstan's National Security Committee regarding terrorist threats from Afghanistan, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate stated that nearly three years into their rule, no country has been threatened from Afghan soil.

Zabihullah Mujahid reiterated that Afghanistan's territory will not be used against other countries.

Mujahid emphasized that terrorist groups no longer have a presence in Afghanistan: "Statements suggesting danger from Afghanistan are incorrect. The Islamic Emirate has ruled here for more than two and a half years without posing any threat to any country. The Islamic Emirate is committed to ensuring that no one uses Afghanistan's soil against another country."

Previously, the head of Kyrgyzstan's National Security Committee claimed at a meeting of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) security officials that the growing number of terrorist groups in northern Afghanistan poses a real threat to the southern borders of CIS countries.

Meanwhile, Alexander Bortnikov, director of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) told a CIS security meeting in Bishkek that the activities of terrorist groups aiming to infiltrate Afghanistan and Pakistan are a significant threat to CIS countries.

According to Russia's TASS news agency, Bortnikov added that if foreigners do not interfere in Afghanistan's affairs, the "Taliban" can restore order in the country.

TASS quoted Alexander Bortnikov as saying: "And if external players do not interfere with Kabul, the Taliban, I believe, will be able to restore order in the country."
Sangar Amirzada, an international relations expert, told TOLOnews, "A very important issue for the region and our neighboring countries is that their interests are not attacked from this country. I think it did not happen during the Republic, nor is it likely to happen under the Emirate; however, they have some concerns."

Mohammad Zalmai Afghanyar, a military affairs expert, said: "In the fight against terrorism, international cooperation is necessary, and neighboring and regional countries should work together with Afghanistan."

Azerbaijan, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Tajikistan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Moldova are among the member countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Kabul Affirms Security of Afghan Territory Despite Concerns of Region

Zabihullah Mujahid reiterated that Afghanistan's territory will not be used against other countries.

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In response to comments by the head of Kyrgyzstan's National Security Committee regarding terrorist threats from Afghanistan, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate stated that nearly three years into their rule, no country has been threatened from Afghan soil.

Zabihullah Mujahid reiterated that Afghanistan's territory will not be used against other countries.

Mujahid emphasized that terrorist groups no longer have a presence in Afghanistan: "Statements suggesting danger from Afghanistan are incorrect. The Islamic Emirate has ruled here for more than two and a half years without posing any threat to any country. The Islamic Emirate is committed to ensuring that no one uses Afghanistan's soil against another country."

Previously, the head of Kyrgyzstan's National Security Committee claimed at a meeting of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) security officials that the growing number of terrorist groups in northern Afghanistan poses a real threat to the southern borders of CIS countries.

Meanwhile, Alexander Bortnikov, director of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) told a CIS security meeting in Bishkek that the activities of terrorist groups aiming to infiltrate Afghanistan and Pakistan are a significant threat to CIS countries.

According to Russia's TASS news agency, Bortnikov added that if foreigners do not interfere in Afghanistan's affairs, the "Taliban" can restore order in the country.

TASS quoted Alexander Bortnikov as saying: "And if external players do not interfere with Kabul, the Taliban, I believe, will be able to restore order in the country."
Sangar Amirzada, an international relations expert, told TOLOnews, "A very important issue for the region and our neighboring countries is that their interests are not attacked from this country. I think it did not happen during the Republic, nor is it likely to happen under the Emirate; however, they have some concerns."

Mohammad Zalmai Afghanyar, a military affairs expert, said: "In the fight against terrorism, international cooperation is necessary, and neighboring and regional countries should work together with Afghanistan."

Azerbaijan, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Tajikistan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Moldova are among the member countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

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