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Afghan Taliban says had no information about Al-Qaeda chief presence in Kabul

Afghan Taliban says had no information about Al-Qaeda chief presence in Kabul

 

By Mashal Khan

 

KABUL: Afghan Taliban on Thursday said no information found during the investigation regarding the presence of the Al-Qaeda chief in Kabul.

 

In a statement, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that recently the US carried out air strike on a residential house in Kabul 

 

“Two days later, US President Joe Biden claimed that US troops had targeted Al-Qaeda leader Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri in this attack, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has no information about Ayman al-Zawahiri's arrival and stay in Kabul,” he said

 

Following the attack, Afghan Taliban government intelligence agency conducted a comprehensive and serious investigation into the various aspects of the incident, he said.

 

“There is no threat to any country, including America, from the soil of Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate wants to implement the Doha pact and the violation of the pact must end.

 

“The fact that America invaded our territory and violated all international principles, we strongly condemn the action once again,” he added.

 

Mujahid warned that if US repeated such action again then Washington will be responsible for the consequences.

 

On Sunday, the US president Joe Biden said that they targeted Al-Qaeda chief in Kabul and killed in a drone strike.

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