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Afghanistan posing no threat to other countries, IEA

The Islamic Emirate spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid by rejecting the recent claim of Pakistani officials who were saying that Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan are using the Afghanistan soil against Pakistan had said that Afghanistan was not in favor of war in other countries, stressing that nobody was allowed to use Afghanistan’s soil against others.

Officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan have once again rejected U.S. senators’ claim of what they say that possible threats are posed to the world from Afghanistan. A spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has reacted to the recent claim by the U.S. senators, adding that the IEA has repeatedly said that no threat is being posed to the world from Afghanistan’s soil. “The U.S. senators’ remarks about Afghanistan are inaccurate. We should know that some politicians of the U.S. are in favor of war to take advantage of it in Afghanistan,” said Zabihullah Mujahid, the IEA spokesperson. U.S. Senators have recently expressed criticism over the report released by the Biden administration over the U.S. withdrawa  from Afghanistan, which they say downplayed the risk of terrorism. Previously, the Islamic Emirate had also rejected such claims made by Pakistan officials who were saying that terrorist groups were using Afghanistan soil against Pakistan. The Islamic Emirate spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid by rejecting the recent claim of Pakistani officials who were saying that Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan are using the Afghanistan soil against Pakistan had said that Afghanistan was not in favor of war in other countries, stressing that nobody was allowed to use Afghanistan’s soil against others. “The Afghans have been tired of war; therefore, we’re not in favor of war not only in Afghanistan but also in other countries of the region. We will never let anybody use Afghanistan’s soil against others,” Mujahid stressed. Days ago, the National Security Council of Pakistan in a statement voiced concerns about the presence of terrorist organizations in Afghanistan and said that this has increased instability in Pakistan. This concern was expressed during the National Security Council of Pakistan’s 41st meeting, which took place on Friday in Islamabad and was presided over by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. As part of the reaction to recent claims of U.S. senators and Pakistan officials, a number of Afghans in their interviews with The Kabul Times correspondent said that foreign countries by interfering in the internal affairs of Afghanistan are trying to somehow support war and fighting in the country. “Afghanistan belongs to Afghans; therefore, no country should interfere in the internal affairs of Afghanistan as the people have suffered the wars for the past 42 years,” said Zia, a Kabul resident. He asked the world countries to enter engagement with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and maintain their relations with the IEA so that the IEA can better serve the people of Afghanistan. It is worth mentioning that Afghanistan will never pose threats to other countries of the world as the Islamic Emirate officials have repeatedly said. The Islamic Emirate has also asked the world to go for positive engagement with the Islamic Emirate. Hope the world soon recognizes the IEA. Shukria Kohistani

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.