Qatar and Germany hold news conference about Afghanistan

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In a joint news conference with the German foreign minister, Qatar’s Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al Thani says his nation is fully prepared to help stabalise the situation in Afghanistan.

Germany’s foreign minister says Western governments should have a dialogue with the Taliban.

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