KABUL -- Information has emerged about the arrests of four Afghan officials for allegedly spying on behalf of neighboring Iran and Pakistan.
A spokesman for Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security, Lutfullah Mashal, said the arrests had been made on the basis of "concrete evidence."
He declined to provide further details.
Sources at the Afghan spy agency told reporters on condition of anonymity that a high-ranking diplomat at the Foreign Ministry's Asia section has been accused of providing information to Pakistan's military intelligence agency.
The three other suspects are described as government employees in the eastern Nangarhar, western Farah, and Herat provinces. The Afghan Foreign Ministry has not yet commented about the arrests, which were reportedly made one month ago.
With reporting by AFP