Source Pravda.Ru

The First President Of Post-Communist Afghanistan Returns To Political Arena

The first president of Afghanistan who came to power after the withdrawal of Soviet troops, the overthrow of the pro-communist regime of Najibullah and clashes between confronting field commanders - Sibhatullah Mujaddadi - flies into Islamabad on Monday to take part in the process of establishing a future political system in Afghanistan, reported the NNI news agency. Sibhatullah Mujaddadi, who spent five years in emigration in Denmark, is the leader of the National Front for the Liberation of Afghanistan. He was the president of the country before Burhanuddin Rabbani.

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