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Head of Afghan peace council thanks India for continued support to Afghanistan

IndiaTimes Monday, 14 September 2020
Head of Afghanistan's peace council Abdullah Abdullah held talks with a senior Indian official in Doha, covering various aspects of the historic dialogue between the Taliban and the Afghan government that has kickstarted in the Qatari capital.
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