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Mujahid rejects UNSC’s report on militant groups’ centers in Afghanistan

KABUL: The spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) Zabihullah Mujahid has rejected the recent report released by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) about the presence of al-Qaeda or any other insurgent groups’ centers in the country. A statement issued late on Thursday (last week) by the Islamic Emirate’s spokesman, rejected the UNSC’s report about the active centers of al-Qaeda or any other groups, adding no militant groups are allowed to use Afghanistan against other countries. “The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan strongly rejects this false allegation. Unfortunately, a regular program of accusing the IEA has been started from the address of the United Nations, which is always spreading pro paganda,” the statement read adding this was a misuse of the address of the United Nations, which unfortunately member states allow it to be continued. “We know that some member states of the Security Council have been defeated in Afghanistan, and they will naturally spread their hatred and rumors, however, those member countries that have good relations with Afghanistan should not allow the status of this great international institution to deteriorate and its decisions to be made based on the political goals of other countries,” the statement continued. The statement went on as saying that there was no one related to al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, nor does the Islamic Emirate allow anyone to use the territory of Afghanistan against others. Unfortunately, the reports of the Security Council originate from the sources who stood by the occupation for their own interests for the past 20 years and are hostile to the freedom, development and security of Afghanistan. We hope that the UN Security Council remains neutral and does not reflect some opportunistic political and economic goals in its reports, which will ultimately question its status and credibility in Afghanistan. It is worth mentioning, that one of the main reasons of the disaster of the last 20-year was the judgment based on such unfounded information, the statement concluded.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.