Tajikistan’s concern about converting Central Asia into religious countries
Reporter: Soraya Ahadi
While the ISIL activities in Afghanistan, after the defeat of the group in Iraq and Syria, is considered to be the greatest threat to both Central Asia and Russia, in the most recent case, Tajik President Imam Ali Rahman has said that terrorist groups The Islamic State is subject to the Islamic State’s attempts to transform Central Asia into religious countries. Mr. Rahman has emphasized that these groups are in any way possible in pursuit of power in these countries.
The statements were made while the Russian ambassador to Kabul earlier said that ISIS is seeking to form a new offensive in Afghanistan, and the group wants to overthrow the ruling Central Asian states.