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NATO Secretary-General: NATO Will Continue to Support Afghanistan

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said he had spoken to Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani to reassure him that NATO would continue to support the country, where Taliban advances have piled pressure on the U.S.-backed government in Kabul."Good…
Biden’s lose-lose game in Afghanistan
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Biden’s lose-lose game in Afghanistan

By Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post President Biden hosted his Afghan counterpart, President Ashraf Ghani, at the White House at the end of last week. The visit came on the heels of Biden’s April announcement of the drawdown of U.S. forces…
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US Not Going to Abandon Afghanistan: McCray

The United States and the international community are not going to abandon Afghanistan following the withdrawal of foreign forces, promises a top American diplomat. US Deputy Chief of Mission to Afghanistan CDA Ian McCary held out the assurance…
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$400 million Chinese power project on the cards in Afghanistan

A group of Chinese investors has met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, expressing their interest to establish a coal-powered power plant in Afghanistan, a statement from the Afghan Presidential Office confirmed the possibility of setting up a…
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Afghanistan’s Ghani Won’t Run in Snap Polls He Proposed: Mohib

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani will not run in the snap elections he proposed under a peace plan with Taliban militants in a bid to end 20 years of war, according to Hamdullah Mohib, his national security adviser. “Whenever it’s required…
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President Ghani: Soviet’s inappropriate exit plan led to ‘civil war’

President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday said that the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan was not the cause of the civil war; instead, he said, there wasn’t a plan for the country in the Soviet exit plan. Afghan leaders, said Ghani, believe…