A statement by the Afghan National Security Advisor issued on Tuesday claims that Afghan international partners have not done enough to bring stability in the country
"We must regretfully mention that our allies have not paid necessary attention to prevent the support for international terrorism and to eliminate their hideouts and centres that can create a major threat to security and stability in the region," the statement said.
Yesterday the news about revelation of 92,000 secret US documents on the Afghan war were widely reflected throughout the world.
"The content of these documents reveal that Afghanistan has been righteous in its stance about the rise of terrorism and political and military discrepancies in counter-terrorism struggle," the statement adds.
The statement underscores that Afghanistan has always emphasised that counter-terrorism must be conducted in its birthplace, and the original terrorism sources must be targeted.
The statement adds that an incomplete and unclear policy against those forces that support terrorism as a tool to interfere and destroy other countries have had disastrous consequences.
Terrorism has taken victim thousands of Afghans and also foreigners in Afghanistan.
The statement says: "It is important for us to take lessons from our bitter past experiences. Thus we must implement a crucial and clear policy against terrorism, and put an end to the unclear policies. This is the only way to success and this is the only way to get Afghans together in the war against terrorism,"
The statement was released after the WikiLeaks website revealed 92,000 secret military documents, which provoked controversy throughout the world, and was severely criticised by the US.
The documents clearly reveal that insurgency in Afghanistan is supplied and masterminded by Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI).