AT-KABUL: The Ministry of Interior (MoI) seeks international cooperation in war against terrorism in Afghanistan.
The Minister of Interior, Noor-ul-Haq Ulumi, in a meeting with some members of blind people’s association said that uprooting the menace of terrorism requires cooperation from regional and world countries.
“The war against terrorism is not only the duty the people of Afghanistan, who have already suffered a lot at the hands of militants. We call on regional countries and the world to join hands in war against terrorism,” he added.
Ulumi said that those foreign militants, who have fled from North Waziristan to Afghanistan, are in the quest to expand wars and conflict to the Central Asian region.
He stressed that militants’ hideouts are located in neighboring countries and said that regional countries should cooperate with Afghanistan to prevent the insurgents from expanding insecurity to the Central Asian region.
Hinting at mounting insecurity in Afghanistan’s north, Ulumi said that the government has devised special plans to counter terrorist attacks. “We have plans for suppressing militants in northern provinces of Afghanistan. Though, security has returned to the provinces, it is not end of the game,” he said adding that Afghan government is committed to eliminate every single terrorist in the country.
It is worth mentioning that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs recently said that Afghanistan is paying the price of the war, which is threatening regional countries and world.