MOSCOW, June 14. /TASS/. Terrorist groups in Afghanistan continue to receive assistance and financing from the Anglo-Saxons and to pose threats to stability in Central Asia, Russia’s special presidential representative for Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov, said on Tuesday.
"They (terrorist groups - TASS) pose a real threat to stability in Central Asia, because the Anglo-Saxons originally configured them for this task. And the very same Anglo-Saxons and some other accomplices to this process keep funding and supporting them undercover," said Kabulov, the director of the Foreign Ministry’s Second Asian Department on Russia’s TV Channel One.
In the meantime, the Taliban movement (outlawed in Russia - TASS) is of no threat to security and stability in Central Asia, Kabulov stressed: "It has long-standing political and diplomatic relations with Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan."