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Ulomi sees drug traffickers, foreign hands behind insecurity in north

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: The Minister of Interior, Noor-ul-Haq Ulomi, terrorist groups, in Afghanistan, receive support from neighboring countries. He said that drug traffickers in cooperation with some foreign hands are involved in mounting insecurity in Afghanistan’s northern.

Ulomi during his trip to Afghanistan’s north said terrorist attacks’ of the Taliban are being planned outside the country.

He expressed his concerns over lack of weapons and other military equipment. Ulomi urged northern neighbors to lend their support to Afghanistan in equipping Afghan forces with modern weapons.

“There is no need for foreign troops’ presence in Afghanistan. However, we want our neighboring countries to equip our security forces,” he added.

Ulomi sees drug smugglers’ hands behind mounting insecurity in Afghanistan’s north.

He said that militants by mounting insecurity in northern provinces of Afghanistan are trying expand insecurity to the Central Asian region.

Ulomi said this year will mark elimination of militants in Afghanistan. He said that security forces will suppress the militant groups through airstrikes.

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