Taliban Dismisses UNSC Report Regarding Al-Qaeda’s Presence In Afghanistan

Thursday, 02/01/2024

Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban’s spokesperson, dismissed the new report of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) about the presence of Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan.

Mujahid said that the United Nations has started a "regular programme" of spreading accusations and rumours against the Taliban.

In a statement on X social media platform, he called the Security Council’s report an "abuse" of the United Nations’ platform and asked its member countries to prevent publication of such reports.

The Taliban spokesperson said that some countries on the Security Council failed in Afghanistan and are now expressing their resentment.

In a recent report, the UN Security Council revealed that the Taliban has maintained its ties with Al-Qaeda and that the terror group has established eight new training camps in Afghanistan. Four al-Qaeda camps have been established in Ghazni, Laghman, Parwan and Uruzgan provinces. Additionally, it has established a weapons depot in Panjshir.

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