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Dr. Abdullah Meets Deputy to the US AF-PAK Special Representative

Dr. Abdullah Meets Deputy to the US AF-PAK Special Representative

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, met with Jarrett Blanc (spelling?), Deputy to the US AF-Pak Special Representative this afternoon at the Sepidar Palace.

In this meeting the two sides discussed relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan and terrorism situation.

The American diplomat praised Dr. Abdullah’s recent efforts to improve trust and relations between the two countries.

He stated that the efforts of both sides, their mutual strong will to fight terrorism and true cooperation can open new doors on the road to ending terrorism and betterment of relations between the two countries.

The Chief Executive cited that the latest meetings between Afghanistan and Pakistan are helping to improve relations.

He added that a successful Afghan outcome needs good relations with its neighbors, the region and the world. And to that end the National Unity Government will use all that is possible.

He reiterated that terrorism is the common enemy of both countries and governments and peoples of both need to fight it together.

The Chief Executive expressed hopes that in light of terrorists’ latest attacks, the region and the world recognize that efforts are still needed and words such as bad or good Talib should be removed from the vocabulary as there are only Talibs!


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