Interior minister of the Afghan interim government Mohammad Yunus Kanuni has accused Pakistani intelligence services of assisting international terrorist Osama bin Laden, Indian media report on Sunday with reference to the statement by Yunus Kanuni in one of a televised interviews. According to him, the new Afghan authorities know that bin Laden regularly visits Pakistan where his activity is controlled by local secret services. The fact that there is no reaction to this statement and he (bin Laden) has not been arrested to this day evidences that he gets assistance from intelligence services, Kanuni said. The Afghan minister said that according to latest information, bin Laden freely moves from Afghanistan to Pakistan and back. His location was recently registered in one of the eastern areas of Afghanistan. However, he constantly changes places of his stay.
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