Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian stated that the Afghanistan crisis is one of the “rooted crises” in the region.
Iran’s foreign minister added that the current crisis in Afghanistan has many effects and consequences on the region, including “the risk of spreading terrorism, the crisis of refugees and asylum seekers”.
According to Iran’s ISNA news agency, Amir-Abdollahian added in a speech at the Asian Society in the United States: “The presence of several million Afghanistan refugees in Iran is one of the consequences of instability in this country for Iran and other neighbors”.
After the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, neighboring countries have always expressed concern about the spread of terrorism in Afghanistan.
On the other hand, after the collapse of the republican system in Afghanistan, the flood of immigrants increased and most of them immigrated to Iran.