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Taliban have 'no will' for peace, says Afghanistan President Ghani

IndiaTimes Thursday, 22 July 2021
"The Taliban made clear many things. Abdullah told me some minutes ago that there is no will for peace in the Taliban. We sent the delegation to do the ultimatum and to show that we have the will for peace and we are ready for sacrifice for it, but they (Taliban) have no will for peace and we should make decisions based on this," Ghani said, reported Tolo News.
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