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Iran, not worried about security on border with Afghanistan

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Iran’s foreign ministry has recently said that the border guards of are protecting borders with Afghanistan and there is no concern about the insecurity that erupted in western Afghanistan adjacent to Iran.

Spokesman of the ministry Saeed Khatibzada in a conference confirmed that the borders of Iran are safe and peaceful.

The Commander of the Army of the Islamic Republic of Iran has also said that the eastern border with Afghanistan is safe and peaceful and there is nothing to worry about when it comes to insecurity.

Khatibzada has also confirmed that a number of staff of Islam-Qala and Abu Nasr Farahi custom facilities have crossed the border into Iran after insecurity erupted in the dry ports.

Nearly 2000 Afghan government Forces members had also crossed northern borders into Tajikistan after the Taliban took several districts of Badakhshan province bordering Tajikistan.

The confidence about the security of the Iranian border with Afghanistan in the west comes at a time when Pakistan’s foreign minister Mahmoud Quraishi said in Pakistan’s parliament yesterday that Iran will equally plunge into the crisis of Afghan refugees like Pakistan in case another civil war erupts in Afghanistan.

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