Troika Plus calls on Taliban to snap ties with all global terrorist groups
The Morning Standard|November 12, 2021
SENIOR officials from the US, China, Russia and Pakistan on Thursday called on the Taliban to sever its ties with all international terrorist groups and to deny space to any militant organisations operating inside the country while taking steps to form an “inclusive and representative” government in Kabul.

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SENIOR officials from the US, China, Russia and Pakistan on Thursday called on the Taliban to sever its ties with all international terrorist groups and to deny space to any militant organisations operating inside the country while taking steps to form an “inclusive and representative” government in Kabul.

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