Afghanistan threatens to spread extremism, says Russian President

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned in an online address to the summit of the Eurasia Military Alliance against the spread of extremism from Afghanistan. 

Against the backdrop of Taliban control, the Russian president called on Central Asian leaders to stay away from extremism.

The Euro-Asian Military Alliance agreed on concerted action on the evolving situation in Afghanistan. The coalition also expressed concern that the Taliban had not yet formed a government in Afghanistan.

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The Euro-Asian military alliance also expressed deep concern over the presence of ISIS in Afghanistan, saying that the presence of ISIS in Afghanistan is still a major threat to the region.

The meeting of the Euro-Asian Military Alliance also reviewed the dangers of the civil war in Afghanistan and its effects, with the head of the alliance saying that additional steps would be taken to increase the security of member countries.

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The meeting was attended by leaders of Russia, Tajikistan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.