Expert: Foreign intelligence services are trying to create a rift between Iran and Afghanistan

Tehran – An international affairs expert has suggested that regional and additional regional intelligence services may be behind the divisive ideology between Iran and Afghanistan.

Describing the events in Afghanistan, Moztaba Norouzi told the Mehr news agency on Sunday that it was undoubtedly an externally guided project.

“In fact, by withdrawing from Afghanistan, the United States seeks to increase insecurity and impose security costs on the three adversaries, in fact its enemies around Afghanistan, namely Iran, China and Russia,” he commented.

The expert naturally added that the type and interaction between each of these countries and creating security costs for them are different projects that are not directly related to each other.

“The strength of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s presence in Afghanistan lies in the cultural and people’s relationships that are deeply rooted in their historical significance.

He said that the enemies relied on this force to attack and impose costs and that there was an attempt to create media hype and negative and inflamed atmosphere between the two countries, which is largely controlled by cultural involvement. Toys.

“In the past, we have seen direct movements from the US Embassy in Kabul and led by mercenaries to create a media environment against the Islamic Republic of Iran in Afghanistan,” he commented.

The expert cites the Doha Accord as an example: “For example, when signing the Doha Accord and determining Afghanistan’s fate between the United States and Iran, you looked at the events on the road. The media hype was created to make the issue suspicious and exacerbate it.

He then went on to say for a month in the headlines about the Harriet incidents in the headlines, and that the United States had diverted everyone’s attention to peacefully signing the necessary agreements between him and the Taliban.

Norwich said, “These movements have also maintained their ties with the United States. Also, some of these movements have suspicious relations with some Eastern European countries, especially Albania.

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