Russian Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Igor Zubov claims terrorists being transported from Pakistan to Tajikistan border

Monitoring Desk: Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Igor Zubov claimed that terrorists of Islamic State (DAISH and also known as Daesh) are massively being transferred by helicopter from Pakistan to the border of Tajikistan, reports Business Gazeta from Kazan Russia.

While addressing at the final board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Tatarstan a day before, State Secretary – Deputy Interior Minister Igor Zubov claimed that terrorists are planning, large-scale provocations in the future with squeezing out a large number of refugees and with all the consequences in the direction of Russia.

Russian Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs claims terrorists being transported from Pakistan to Tajikistan border

His statement is in a sharp contradiction with Russian stated position that Islamic State terrorists are being transported from Afghanistan to Tajik border in unidentified helicopters.

Such remarks came from a Russian official just a day before the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov to Islamabad.

Meanwhile Gazeta Ru reported that Zubov stated as:

“We see that we have an influx of migrants. They have become more law-abiding, but the ideology that they “bring in” initially demands our increased attention. A new hotbed of tension is being prepared – DAISh militants are flying in large numbers by helicopters from Pakistan, are being transferred to the border of Tajikistan, that is, there is planned, apparently, large-scale provocation in the future”.

Meanwhile Russian state news agency Sputnik reported that Igor added as :

Khohon (afghan side) and Shohun (Tajik side) Trip forth and back to Khorogh and Shegnan driving by car with pit stop in Khalai Khum.

“Daesh fighters in massive quantities were transported from Pakistani territory to the border with Tajikistan. In that area, perhaps, the militants might stage massive provocations that would result in huge amounts of refugees fleeing the territory. This would have an impact on Russia”

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