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Interests of Other Nations Not to be Hurt Through Afghan Borders: Danish

Interests of Other Nations Not to be Hurt Through Afghan Borders: Danish

KABUL - Vice President said that Afghanistan does not take part in proxy wars and urged the other nations to refrain from taking part in such a conflict.
The Second Vice President of the Government of National Unity Mohammad Sarwar Danish says the interests of the other nations will not be hurt through the Afghan borders, insisting that proxy war has not place in the foreign policy of the country.
Danish made the remarks during a gathering organized on the occasion of Eid Milad-ul-Nabi in Kabul on Sunday.
He said the Afghan government is committed to respect the sovereignty of the other governments and nations particularly the neighbors and no other nations interests will be hurt via the Afghan borders.
The Second Vice President further added that Afghanistan does not take part in proxy wars and urged the other nations to refrain from taking part in such a conflict.
The remarks by Danish came as concerns are on the regarding the recent regional developments particularly the recruitment of the Afghan youths for the Syria conflict.
The former Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil had earlier warned that the deployment of the Afghan youths to Syria may shift the Iran-Saudi rivalry to Afghanistan.
Amid growing concerns regarding the massive recruitment of the Afghan youths by Iran for the Syrian conflict, Nabil has called the move by Iran as a quite dangerous move.
On the other hand, the  Human Rights Watch in its latest report revealed in September of this year that young Afghan boys as young as fourteen years old have been recruited by Iran to fight in Syria.
According to the Human Right Watch report, the children have been recruited y the Revolutionary Guard of Iran and several of them have been killed and buried in the Iranian soil. (KP)