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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

'Be prepared to face consequences', Taliban threatens US for flying drones in Afghanistan airspace

The Taliban, which returned to power in Afghanistan after 20 years, is now turning its eyes to America. The Taliban have warned the US against operating drones in Afghan airspace and asked to be prepared to face the consequences. The Taliban have asked the United States to stop operating drones in Afghanistan airspace. At the same time, it has also been said in a threatening tone that if he wants to avoid any negative consequences, then he will have to follow it. Let us tell you that this statement of the Taliban has come in the context of the incident in which the US had carried out a drone attack on the terrorists, but by mistake innocent were killed in this attack.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid called the US move a violation of national security and asked all countries to act according to their mutual obligations, or else be prepared to face the consequences. According to a statement issued by the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) on Tuesday, all countries are the sole proprietors of their countries' territorial and air sovereignty under international law. The Islamic Emirate, therefore, is the sole legal entity of Afghanistan, the custodian of Afghanistan's land and airspace.

But we recently saw the United States violate all international rights, laws, and commitments of the United States to the Islamic Emirate of Doha, Qatar, by American drones over the sacred airspace of Afghanistan, the statement said. being attacked. These violations must be rectified and stopped.

The Mujahid called on all countries, especially the United States, to act in accordance with their mutual obligations to prevent any negative consequences. Last month, the US targeted ISIS-K terrorists in a drone strike in Kabul, killing 10 civilians, including seven children. But later it came to know that the terrorists were not killed in the US drone strike, but innocent were killed. Earlier this month, the US apologized for this tragic mistake after the truth came out.