Foreign ministers of Qatar, Netherlands discuss situation in Afghanistan

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Qatari Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani spoke to the media in Doha on Wednesday in a joint press conference with his Dutch counterpart, Sigrid Kaag.

The ministers discussed the means to address the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan, urged countries to engage with the Taliban to address security and socioeconomic concerns in Afghanistan.

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