Apr 23, 2022
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Growing unrest in Central Asia

Abdul Rashid Dostum, who is in exile in Turkey under the supervision of Turkish intelligence MIT, began to cooperate with British intelligence MI-6 and received, according to Russian orientalist Andrei Serenko, 250 million pounds to organize an army of resistance to the regime of the Taliban banned in Russia *. Dostum controls several thousand Uzbek fighters in northern Afghanistan.

It is reported that Dostum and his son will soon return to Afghanistan to lead the Uzbek anti-Taliban resistance fighters in the north of the country.

The units of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (FNSA) have sharply intensified, the commander of which was recently appointed an ethnic Tajik, the former chief of the General Staff of the Afghan National Army (2015-2017), General Kadam Shah Shahim.

General Shahim was born in Afghan Badakhshan in northern Afghanistan, managed to fight against the Soviet army, established relations with Western intelligence services during the stay of the NATO contingent in Afghanistan.

Now unknown drones are conducting operations to destroy Taliban weapons and ammunition depots in the south and north of Afghanistan. Andrei Serenko suggests that the UAVs may belong to the United States.

The other day on the site Consul from Foreign connections An article was published on the prevention of possible threats to the United States from terrorist groups based in Afghanistan. The article states that the use of attack drones MQ-9A Reaper is the most important element of the “over-the-horizon counter-terrorism campaign” (over-the-horizon counterterrorism campaign) in Afghanistan. Supporters of the FNSA, anti-Taliban Khazar, Pashtun, Tajik, Uzbek armed formations, including militants of Ahmad Masood Jr., son of the famous Ahmad Shah Masood, were named as possible partners of the United States.

The activation of the military formations of the anti-Taliban forces in Afghanistan began against the background of the establishment of relations between the Taliban* leadership and Russia. The British Foreign Office has issued an appeal to citizens of the United Kingdom to refuse to visit Afghanistan or leave the country for security reasons.

The Anglo-Saxons organized, as we wrote, a military coup in Pakistan, overthrowing Imran Khan, who had taken a course towards cooperation with Russia. Now Britain is encouraging rallies in London threatening his children right outside his first wife’s house. The new prime minister, Shahbaz Sharif, brother of the London-based prisoner Nawaz Sharif, is a representative of the Punjabi clan, closely linked to Britain.

Immediately after the appointment of Shahbaz Sharif as prime minister, Pakistani air strikes began on the Afghan provinces of Khost, Kunar and Paktika.

Andrey Serenko’s sources report that the Pakistani bombing of these provinces is aimed at forcibly relocating the Salafi groups that dominate them to the border of Tajikistan in Gorno-Badakhshan. In this regard, the appointment of General Kadam Shah Shahim, a native of Afghan Badakhshan, as commander of the FNSA forces, cannot but alert the Tajik authorities.

On April 18, militants of the Afghan branch of the ISIS* group, banned in Russia, fired rockets from the border region of the northern province of Balkh on the territory of Uzbekistan. ISIS claimed responsibility for the missile attack from Afghan territory against Uzbekistan. The Afghan authorities confirmed that the ISIS missile attack had taken place, but the Uzbek Defense Ministry denied the fact of the shelling.

The Kyrgyz government newspaper Kyrgyz Tuusu published an article stating that British Ambassador to the Republic Charles Garrett, an MI6 career intelligence officer, is engaged in subversive work, advising the leaders of pro-Western political formations and foundations, in particular the leader of the Ata Meken party Omurbek Tekebaev , “civil activist” Adil Turdukulov and supporters of the former presidents of the country Otunbaeva and Atambaev.

Anti-Russian manifestations of the Western clientele have intensified in Kazakhstan, Yermek Taychibekov, a Kazakhstani political prisoner, a supporter of the integration of Kazakhstan and Russia, notes in his address to the President of the Republic, who points out that Kazakhstan is turning into Ukraine-2.

Recently, the Central Asian republics were visited by Victoria Nuland’s colleague, US Under Secretary of State for Civil Security, Democracy and Human Rights Uzra Zeya. On April 12, she met with the State Secretary of Kazakhstan, Yerlan Karin, and on April 15, with the Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan, Edil Basalov.

Kyrgyz political scientist Mars Sariev believes that the visit of the American official is connected with the recent US attempt to deprive Russia of its membership in the UN Human Rights Council: “As you know, before her visit, we all watched the UN vote on the exclusion of Russia from the Human Rights Council, and interesting positions in this vote were taken by the Central Asian republics. Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan voted against. I think the American official came in order to “pull” the Central Asian countries to her side. This version is also supported by the fact that during her visit the United States said that countries that take a neutral position on the Ukraine issue could also be subject to full-scale sanctions. It is clear that Washington is trying to influence politics in the region.”.

: REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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