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Iran is not a safe haven for Afghanistan’s opponents: Iranian Diplomat

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

During a meeting with the Minister of Hajj and Islamic affairs, Iran’s Deputy Ambassador in Kabul said that Iran has always stood alongside the Afghan people and is not a safe haven for Afghanistan’s opponents.

Sheikh Noor Mohammad Saqib, the Minister of Hajj and Islamic affairs, met with Mr. Seyed Hasan Mortazavi, the Deputy Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in Kabul to strengthen religious and cultural relations between the two countries.

The Iranian Deputy Ambassador in Kabul emphasized that Afghanistan and Iran are Islamic countries with a long history of relations.

Mr Mortazavi clarified, “Iran is not a safe haven for Afghanistan’s opponents.”
The press release issued by the Ministry does not provide much detail about the purpose of the Iranian Deputy Ambassador’s discussion with Afghanistan’s opponents.

Mr. Mortazavi also invited the acting minister of Hajj to participate in the 37th International Islamic Unity Conference in Iran.

During this meeting, Mr. Saqib pointed out, “Fortunately, good coordination has been established in the relations between the two countries, and these relations must develop further and strengthen.”

Meanwhile, Iran is among the countries whose diplomats have interacted most with the Taliban administration in the past two years.

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