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Afghanistan did not ask for direct engagement from India to tackle Taliban, says Abdullah Abdullah

DNA Saturday, 10 October 2020
Abdullah Abdullah, who is on a five-day India visit, on Saturday said that his discussion with the top Indian leadership was around "peace" process and Afghanistan did not ask for direct engagement from India to tackle Taliban.
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