IS-K Terrorists Move to Afghanistan: SCO Secretary General
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.
Afghan voice agency (AVA)_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.
“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.