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The Supreme council of the world has told about terms of negotiations of Kabul with Talibs * - RIA Novosti, 11/9/2018


Ceremony of joint photography before the second meeting of the Moscow format of consultations on Afghanistan. November 9, 2018
MOSCOW, 9 Nov — RIA Novosti. Direct negotiations of the government of Afghanistan and the Taliban * are still impossible without performance of preliminary conditions, the head of the delegation of the Supreme council of the world of Afghanistan at negotiations in Moscow, the deputy administrator of Council Hadzhidin Mohammed has told journalists. "No, the Taliban * has some conditions" — Mohammed has told, answering a question of whether the agreement on carrying out direct negotiations between the government of Afghanistan and the movement Taliban* has been reached. "At a conference it hasn't been reached the agreement on carrying out direct negotiations" — he has specified. The deputy head of VSMA has also reported that there is also no arrangement on terms when such negotiations can take place. the *terroristichesky organization forbidden in Russia.

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