- Category: Security
- Created: Sunday, 04 February 2018 16:06
- Written by Vasiliy Sannikov
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Currently in the north of Afghanistan in particular in the provinces of Jowzjan and Sari-Pul there is an increase in the number of foreign fighters who belong to the terrorist group "Islamic State" (IS is a terrorist organization banned in many states).
According to the law enforcement agencies of the country the militants penetrate into Afghanistan through the territory of Pakistan, where they arrive roughly through the port of Karachi. Further they move via land route, along mountain trails across the state border with the assistance of conductors from among local residents.
Upon arrival the militants are taken to the camp in the provinces, which is located in the village of Bibimaryam in Darzab county, where they are registered first and are further distributed to the provinces.
In Afghanistan militants come from the territories of Algeria, Sudan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and the Chechen Republic. However the last arrival has been registered from the territory of the EU countries in particular from the territory of France.