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Afghan Refugees may be Afghan Militants, we won't allow them says Putin

 Don’t want Afghan militants in Russia, says Putin


Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday said the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan would have a direct impact on security in Russia, adding that he did not want Afghan troops to hide behind refugees, Russian media reported.

"Does that mean they can be sent without visas to those countries, to our neighbors, and they (the West) don't want to take them without visas?" TASS media quoted Putin as saying.

"Why is there a shameful way to solve a problem?" add.

He made the remarks a few days after Putin demanded that countries stop interfering in Afghanistan, saying the West "should set a policy of not committing itself to imposing foreign prices".

The Russian president has said he hopes the Taliban "will ensure the safety of locals and foreign officials" and that the country will not break in after the withdrawal of US-led troops.
While many western countries have criticized the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, other regional countries such as Russia and China are trying to build a formal relationship with the military group.

Recently, Russia's ambassador to Afghanistan, Afghanistan Dmitry Zhirnov, declared that the Taliban were "the power of the empire" in a troubled country.

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