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Abdullah Abdullah is an Afghan politician who leads the High Council for National Reconciliation, which is expected to lead the intra-Afghan peace talks with the Taliban.
Kabul/Tehran, Oct 20 Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, met Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, ...
Kabul, Oct 17 Abdullah Abdullah, head of Afghanistan's High Council for National Reconciliation, has said that a Taliban ...
The return of the Taliban emirate is unacceptable to Afghans under any circumstances, said Abdullah Abdullah, head of the High Council for National Reconciliation on Friday.
Doha/Kabul, Oct 11 There has been no progress in the Afghanistan peace negotiations in Doha as formal meetings ...
Afghanistan leader and Chairman of High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR), Abdullah Abdullah concluded his visit in India on Saturday, where he was invited by the Indian government to discuss peace efforts and support for the Afghan peace process.
Allaying India's fear that Pakistan backed terrorists may hijack the Afghan peace process, Afghanistan peace chief Abdullah Abdullah on Saturday said certain foreign influence will be there but the ultimate solution to restore peace in the war-torn country will be Afghan-led, Afghan-owned.
Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman, High Council for National Reconciliation of Afghanistan on Saturday said he did not discuss the military role of India in Afghanistan during talks with Indian leadership over Afghan peace process.
Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman, High Council for National Reconciliation of Afghanistan who is on a five-day India visit on Saturday said that his discussion with the top Indian leadership was around "peace" process and said Afghanistan did not ask for direct engagement from India to tackle Taliban. He also said there are different countries playing various roles in Afghanistan and India's role will also be appreciated.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi post his interaction with Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation said that India will always support "our Afghan sisters and brothers" in their quest for peace amid the intra-Afghan negotiations in Doha.
Abdullah Abdullah, chief negotiator in the intra-Afghan peace dialogue with Taliban, on Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and re-affirmed the long term commitment to further deepen India-Afghan ties.