Taliban: Doha agreement needs to be implemented completely

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The Afghan delegation held talks with the U.S. in Doha over the weekend and this Monday. Suhail Shaheen, spokesperson for the Taliban’s interim government, told China Media Group in an exclusive interview on Tuesday that the Doha agreement must be implemented and they wish to resolve the issues through talks and discussions.

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