The website quoted Henrik Silver, a correspondent from the Swedish television network SVT, as saying that the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation is not going to make deals with countries regarding the forced return of Afghan refugees, including from Sweden.
"Kabul is opposed to the forced repatriation of Afghan refugees, an announcement which is unlikely to gladden the Swedish government," Silver wrote on his Twitter page.
Afghanistan säger nej till att ta emot afghaner som ska tvångsutvisas från Sverige. Besked i dag som knappast kan glädja svenska regeringen.— Henrik Silver (@HenrikSilverSvt) 2 февраля 2016
His remarks came shortly after Islamuddin Jurat, spokesperson for the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation, signaled the ministry's unwillingness to agree with any country on the forced repatriation of Afghan citizens, according to the country's news website tolonews.com.
The Swedish Migration Agency has, meanwhile, reported that the number of Afghan asylum seekers in Sweden is increasing, while the Afghan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation said that at least six million Afghans have already migrated to 74 countries across the world.
According to the Swedish news website OmVarlden, over the last 13 years, Sweden has provided financial assistance to Afghanistan worth about 7 billion kronor (about 740 million euros). In this regard, Hanif Bali, a member of the opposition Swedish Moderate Party, urged Stockholm against rendering financial assistance to Afghanistan.
70% av Afghanistans statsbudget kommer från bistånd. Dra in pengarna tills de börjar ta ansvar för sina medborgare.— Hanif Bali (@hanifbali) 2 февраля 2016
"Take the money away until they begin to take responsibility for its citizens", he wrote on Twitter account.
"I think it is in any event 60,000 people, but it could be up to 80,000", the Swedish daily Dagens Industri quoted Interior Minister Anders Ygeman as saying.