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Taliban calls on Turkey to withdraw Military from Afghanistan


Turkey should pull out its armed forces from Afghanistan in line with a 2020 agreement with the United States, a Taliban spokesman said. The statement potentially undermines an initiative by Turkey to help repair relations with Washington through an agreement to use its troops to secure Kabul airport. It also raises questions about how governments and international organizations will securely evacuate personnel from Afghanistan. “Turkey was part of NATO forces in the past 20 years, so as such, they should withdraw from Afghanistan on the basis of the agreement we signed with U.S. on the 29th of February 2020,” Suhail Shaheen, the Taliban’s…

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