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NATO chief hails US-Taliban deal as opening for ‘sustainable peace’

WorldNews Friday, 21 February 2020
NATO chief hails US-Taliban deal as opening for ‘sustainable peace’BRUSSELS: NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Friday welcomed a historic US-Taliban agreement, saying it had opened a possible route to sustainable peace in...
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Jens Stoltenberg Jens Stoltenberg Norwegian politician, 13th Secretary-General of NATO, 27th Prime Minister of Norway

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