ISIS training camps in Afghanistan

Zamir Kabulov, el representante presidencial ruso en Afganistán y director del segundo departamento asiático del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de Rusia, expresó su profunda preocupación por las florecientes actividades del ISIS en Afganistán.

“El número de los llamados guerrilleros del ISIS en Afganistán ha aumentado de manera alarmante, lo que plantea una amenaza directa contra Asia Central y Rusia”.

Hablando en una conferencia de prensa celebrada ayer, Kabulov señaló que hay más de 10.000 yihadistas del ISIS en Afganistán. “Hace sólo un año, su número apenas superaba las 100 personas; pero para nuestra desesperación, hoy en día, muestran un crecimiento significativo en esta región”, agregó.

La rama de Afganistán del ISIS ha sido entrenada para la región de Asia Central y Rusia en particular, y con frecuencia la lengua hablada es el ruso”, concluyó el Sr. Kabulov.

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