Kabul: Joe Biden the president of the United States, on the first anniversary of last year’s deadly attack near Kabul Airport, said that Washington will maintain pressure on “terrorist” groups without a military presence in Afghanistan.
He was talking about monitoring terrorist groups in Afghanistan while the authorities of the Taliban deny the active and effective presence of terrorist groups in the country.
Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of Taliban says that there are no danger threatens the countries of the region and the world from Afghanistan.
A while ago, US carried out a drone strike in Shirpur area of Kabul, and two days after this incident, Biden claimed that Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of al-Qaeda, was killed in this attack on his order.
After this incident, the Taliban and the United States accused each other of violating the Doha Agreement.
The killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri in the green zone of Kabul has caused domestic and foreign reactions and questioned the severance of the relationship between the Taliban and the Al-Qaeda network, which was included in the Doha Agreement.
At the same time, the officials of the Taliban stated that they were unaware of the presence of the Al-Qaeda leader in Afghanistan.
Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Taliban, stated in a press conference on Thursday that the killing of the Al-Qaeda leader by the US is just an allegation, because no body was found at the scene of the incident and the investigation is still ongoing.
It should be noted that the US drone attack in Afghanistan, on any pretext, without coordination with the existing government, is considered aggression in terms of international laws, but on the other hand, the question is why the result of the investigation related to the presence and killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri in Kabul took so long and Taliban has not openly announce and share it with the people of Afghanistan.