A statement from the Afghan Foreign Ministry stated that such reports lack evidence and documents are not in the interest of the country, the region or the world, Bakhtar news agency reported.
The statement noted that “the Taliban Government will play a positive role in the security and stability of Afghanistan, the region and the world using existing opportunities and facilities, and expects that other stakeholders, included the UN Security Council, understand these events and make responsible statements.”
The UN Security Council recently released a report claiming that since the Taliban’s takeover in Kabul in August 2021, the activities by foreign armed groups have increased in Afghanistan, after which the Government described the report as false.
The report questioned the Taliban Government’s commitment, under the Doha Agreement, to preventing “international terrorism” threats from having a foothold in Afghanistan, TOLO News reported.
According to the Foreign Ministry, Afghanistan implements its commitments established in the Doha Agreement and does not allow anyone to threaten any country from its territory.