Representatives of the Taliban terrorist movement, banned in Russia, assured that the fears of Russian President Vladimir Putin in connection with the threats emanating from Afghanistan are groundless. Anamulla Samangani, a member of the Taliban Cultural Commission, said this.
“The population of Afghanistan does not support IS (” Islamic State “is a terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation),” Lenta.ru quotes Samangani. According to a Taliban spokesman, IS does not enjoy the support of the population in any part of Afghanistan.
Putin believes that IS militants in Afghanistan threaten Russia. He suggested that the members of this terrorist organization from Iraq and Syria will now move to Afghanistan.
At the meeting of the CIS heads of state, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed the opinion that terrorists threaten Russian territories. We are talking about militants who, allegedly, are located near the borders of Afghanistan and the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
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