The Islamic Emirate has once again denied the concerns of the UN Security Council members about Daesh activities in Afghanistan.
Speaking at the Security Council meeting on the 17th report of the Secretary-General on the threat posed by Daesh, UN counter-terrorism chief Vladimir Voronkov said that the situation in Afghanistan is growing increasingly complex, and that some 20 different terrorist groups are present in Afghanistan.
The Islamic Emirate said in a statement that the UNSC report about the presence of terrorist groups including in Afghanistan is not documented from evidence, which affects the reputation of the UNSC.
A part of the statement said that such propaganda gives motivations to the Daesh group and increases destabilization in the region.
“The path to negotiation and contact is effective and the Islamic Emirate believes in relations and engagement,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.
The statement also said the existing sanctions on Afghanistan by the UN and other sides, and the freezing of Afghanistan’s assets abroad are the main reasons for the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.
“Every problem which the international community has regarding Afghanistan, it should approach it through diplomatic paths because it cannot eliminate the problems through allegations,” said Ziaul Haq Madani, political analyst.
“After the Islamic Emirate came to power, even one acre of land is not in the hands of terrorists and Daesh has been defeated seriously. This is negative propaganda against the government,” said Kamran Aman, a military veteran.
The situation in Afghanistan is growing increasingly complex, with fears of weapons and ammunition falling into the hands of terrorists now materializing.