Taliban supreme leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada said Afghan soil would not be used to attack other countries and urged the international community not to interfere in Afghanistan's internal affairs, AP reported.
The Taliban say they are sticking to an agreement they signed with the United States in 2020 before taking power again. Since seizing power last year, they have repeatedly stated that Afghanistan will not be used as a launching pad for attacks on other countries.
“We assure our neighbors, the region and the world that we will not allow anyone to use our territory to threaten the security of other countries. We also want other countries not to interfere in our internal affairs,” Akhundzada said in his address on the eve of Eid al-Adha.