Russian foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov has recently said that Afghanistan borders, are the main threat to Central Asia security.
According to (DID) news agency report, Russian foreign minister, in an interview with the magazine “International affairs” to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of the country’s diplomatic ties with Central Asia, said: “Afghanistan borders are the main threat to the security and stability in Central Asia.”
He also said that “Moscow is concerned about Daesh (ISIS) activities in northern Afghanistan.”
Mr. Lavrov pointed to the increasing threat of terrorism, and said: “The special services of Russia and Central Asian countries have close cooperation in connection with these issues.”
It is worth mentioning that Russia had warned about the spread of ISIS influence in Afghanistan, especially in Northern provinces, and emphasized on serious fight against the scaremongering group.