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Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani says certain regional states are still providing Takfiri [radical] terrorism with financial and informational support.
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has strongly censured the unprecedented suicide attacks in Afghanistan’s Kabul and Ghor, which claimed the lives of dozens of worshipers at mosques.
The spokesman for Afghanistan’s Defense Ministry said the Kabul government will accept the military assistance of any country, including Iran, that intends to help in the fight against terrorism.
Iran has provided education for Afghan refugee children, even illegal immigrants who have no residence permits.
Tehran and Kabul are preparing a joint strategic plan aimed at restoring Hamun Lake, which lies in the Iran-Afghanistan border, an Iranian official said.
An Iranian MP says the US is using Afghanistan as its watchtower and military base in the Middle East to exert pressure on Tehran through Iran’s eastern borders.
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s embassy in Kabul has rejected the claim that an Iranian suicide bomber has been arrested in Afghanistan.
Iranian embassy in Kabul has categorically rejected the allegations raised by a Saudi diplomat about the Islamic Republic's links with Taliban and other armed militants in Afghanistan.
Iran's foreign ministry has strongly denounced the recent terrorist attack in the remote Shiite village of Mirza Olang in the northern Sar-e Pol Province of Afghanistan.
A senior Iranian official says the security of the Islamic Republic is "intertwined with and inseparable from" that of Afghanistan, stressing the need for more bilateral consultations and exchange of experience to fight the causes of insecurity.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has censured the recent bloody terrorist attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul, pledging full support for Afghanistan’s fight against terrorism.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani expressed the country’s solidarity with Afghanistan after a fatal bombing in Kabul, and reaffirmed Iranian commitment to fierce war against terrorism and extremism.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman says Iran and its eastern neighbour Afghanistan have drawn up draft documents on long-term strategic cooperation on a range of issue during a recent bilateral meeting.
Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah expressed his gratitude to Iran for providing education facilities for Afghan refugees in the Islamic Republic.