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Afghan govt reacts at Mohaqiq’s remarks regarding Syria war breakthrough

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The Afghan government reacted at the remarks of the deputy chief executive of the unity government Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq regarding the recent breakthrough in the Syrian war and after hailing the Afghans, Hezbollah, and Iran’s revolutionary guard for supporting the current regime.

The Office of the President, ARG Palace, in a statement said the country faces the menace of terrorism posed by ISIS and other terrorist groups and the Afghan forces are in the frontline to eliminate the menace of terrorism.

The statement further added that the recent remarks of Mohammad Mohaqiq in Syria are contradiction to the foreign policy, national interests, peace and stability, and the enforced laws of the country.

The Afghan government also added that such remarks could endanger the national unity among the people, insisting that the government is committed to seriously follow and investigate such remarks that endangers the stability of the country.

According to ARG Palace, the Afghan nationals are only obliged to serve with the Afghan armed forces under the national flag and within the framework of the country, emphasizing that the government has never been and will never be involved in proxy wars, nor will allow anyone to turn the country into a prox war field.

This comes as Mohaqiq has been spotted in a gathering of the Fatemiyoun brigade operating under the Iranian Revolutionary Guard to fight in Syria, a move which has further sparked concerns among the people regarding the fate of the Afghan youths who die and those returning to the country from the Syrian conflict.

Mohaqiq has reportedly attended the gathering in Tehran to praise the youths and Fatemiyoun brigade for the turning the conflict in Syria into the favor of the regime in power led by Bashar Al-Assad.

He has reportedly hailed the leader of Hezb-e-Ullah Hasan Nasrullha and the commander of the Fatemiyoun brigade for their recent victory in the war.

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