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No civil war, but war among states in Afghanistan, claims Ghani

No civil war, but war among states in Afghanistan, claims Ghani

Says countries supporting terrorism must be isolated

KABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has claimed that there is no civil war in Afghanistan, but the war is an unannounced war among states.

Addressing a security conference in Munich, Germany, the Afghan president said the countries supporting terrorism should be isolated.Ashraf Ghani said Afghanistan and Pakistan should unite against terrorism and not to differentiate among terrorists.

“As long as we divide terrorists into good and bad terrorists, we will lose. If we do not differentiate among terrorists and mobilise our forces, we can eliminate terrorism,” Ghani said. He said we are living in an era where the order has been redefined.  “Now it is up to us to make it beneficial, damaging or disastrous,” he said.

 

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    James Edwin commented 7 months ago

    This gentleman has clearly taken a master class in alternate facts from his principal source of inspiration in the west, its good to call a spade a spade and hopefully they reconcile with the ground reality quickly.

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    haider commented 7 months ago

    Indeed, your country fits the bill perfectly. Terrorist attack from AFG into Pakistan and then go after soft targets. You got several countries running AFG and over 4 million refugees.

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