PESHAWAR, 28 June: The Afghan spy agency has said that the security situation in Afghanistan may worsen further in the coming months.
In a briefing to the Afghan parliament, NDS chief Rahmatullah Nabil said the militant attacks may increase further in the coming months due to the vacuum created with the departure of NATO troops from Afghanistan. However, he said, the Afghan security forces are capable of giving a befitting response to militants.
Mr Nabil said Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has made it clear that no written security agreement has been finalised with Pakistan yet. He said the National Security Council will make final decision on the agreement.
Media reports stated few days ago that Pakistan and Afghan spy agencies have signed a security agreement. However, fears have been surfaced about finalisation of the agreement after the Afghan government blamed Pakistan for attack on its parliament.