Latest news
Thumbnail
Afghanistan

CEO Urges Regional Countries To Review Their Anti-Terror Policy

Abdullah stated that a number of regional countries must review their policy against terrorist groups

Without naming any specific country, Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah said a number of regional countries are involved in supporting and creating terrorist groups.

"Terrorist groups' only aim is to kill people," Abdullah told a ceremony which marked the 22nd death anniversary of Abdul Ali Mazari, the founding leader of the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan. 

Abdullah said Pakistan’s accusations on Afghanistan would not change anything.

He stated that a number of regional countries must review their policy against terrorist groups.

“They [regional countries] should review their policy in fighting terrorism, extremism and violence," he said.

At the same event, the second deputy of the chief executive and head of the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan, , Mohammad Mohaqiq, said that from 100 terrorist groups in the world, 20 are active in Afghanistan.

He said government must act against them seriously.

“Security forces are defending the country across the nation but there are limitations," he stated.

Mohaqiq said the National Unity Government leaders vowed to create three provinces in the central parts of the country; therefore, they should deliver their promise.

“I ask the president and the CEO to fulfill what they have promised,” Mohaqiq added. 

Afghanistan

CEO Urges Regional Countries To Review Their Anti-Terror Policy

Abdullah stated that a number of regional countries must review their policy against terrorist groups

Thumbnail

Without naming any specific country, Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah said a number of regional countries are involved in supporting and creating terrorist groups.

"Terrorist groups' only aim is to kill people," Abdullah told a ceremony which marked the 22nd death anniversary of Abdul Ali Mazari, the founding leader of the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan. 

Abdullah said Pakistan’s accusations on Afghanistan would not change anything.

He stated that a number of regional countries must review their policy against terrorist groups.

“They [regional countries] should review their policy in fighting terrorism, extremism and violence," he said.

At the same event, the second deputy of the chief executive and head of the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan, , Mohammad Mohaqiq, said that from 100 terrorist groups in the world, 20 are active in Afghanistan.

He said government must act against them seriously.

“Security forces are defending the country across the nation but there are limitations," he stated.

Mohaqiq said the National Unity Government leaders vowed to create three provinces in the central parts of the country; therefore, they should deliver their promise.

“I ask the president and the CEO to fulfill what they have promised,” Mohaqiq added. 

Share this post