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Russian, Chinese and Iranian spy chiefs ‘secretly’ brainstorm in Pakistan


ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – In light of the increasing strength of the Islamic State in Afghanistan, four high profile spy chiefs met in Pakistan to discuss how to counter the extremist group’s influence.

Sergei Ivano, spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Intelligence revealed that the meeting was held under the auspices of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), though the huddle was not reported on mainstream media.

The meeting was attended by Russian Foreign Intelligence Director Sergei Naryshkin and comes months after Russia’s growing allegations against the USA for supporting the ISIS in Afghanistan.

A Russian State Department official requesting anonymity said: “ISIS has grown stronger over the last couple of years, despite a really withering military campaign, principally from U.S. forces, but with strong support as well from Afghan forces”.

US rejects all such suspicions, especially in light of their increased air strikes targeting the ISIS members.  They allege that chances for peace with Afghanistan have been deterred by non-cooperation and support for the Taliban by Russia and Iran.

FIA sources said that these accounts were used for money laundering with the accounts mainly being operated by a businessman, Anwar Majeed who is said to be very close to Zardari and his business partner.

The police first investigation report (FIR) says that M/S Zardari Group (Asif Ali Zardari, Faryal Talpur, etc) got Rs15,000,000 and were among the beneficiaries of the transaction trail of fake bank accounts maintained by Omni Group, owned by Anwar Majeed, another close aide of the former president.

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