The Secretary-General of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) has said that the IS-K terrorists moved to Afghanistan from the Middle East and posed a threat to regional security.
Speaking at a webinar, Vladimir Norov said he remained concerned over the deteriorating situation in the border regions of Afghanistan.
The webinar, Afghan Peace Process and Shanghai Cooperation Organization, has been organized by the think tank Islamabad Policy Research Institute.
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“According to the SCO regional anti-terrorist structure, the numbers of fighters arriving in the north of the country [Afghanistan] are growing,” said Norov.
These terrorists were moved from Syrian and Iraqi conflict zones and posed a threat to the SCO member states, he added.
The Middle East-based terrorist network recently claimed responsibility for several terrorist attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan.