Source Pravda.Ru

Afghanistan's Foreign Minister: There's No Place For Taliban In The Country's Future Government

Dr. Abdullo, Afghanistan's foreign minister, says that there's no place for the Taliban in the country's future government. The minister noted that "the Taliban members are international criminals." "By using force, they wanted to impose their rule on the country, which is unacceptable not only for the Afghan people, but also for the entire international community," he said. Dr. Abdullo said that at his meeting with Francesc Vindrell, UN Secretary-General's Personal Representative for Afghanistan, which was held in Dushanbe on November 9, they didn't discuss the Taliban's participation in the future government of Afghanistan. The question of Afghanistan's future must be decided by the Afghan people themselves. The Taliban and terrorists should be done away with now and peace should be brought to Afghanistan. Then, he said, a transitional government should be formed to ensure peace and stability in the country, and only after that elections could be held.

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