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Topic - Rahmatullah Safi
Two weeks ago, five anti-tank mines with Iranian markings were also seized at the border, he said.
"I can say with certainty that the vehicles came from Iranian soil, and if they came from Iran with ammunitions and explosives, of course, they are supported by the Iranian government," Col. Safi told the DPA news agency on Tuesday.