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December 6, 2019
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Afghan Taliban commander conditions peace with removal of foreign troops

KABUL: The Afghan Taliban’s new leader Mullah Mansoor demanded Afghanistan’s government on Tuesday that it must cancel a security deal with the United States (US) and remove all foreign troops if it wants peace in Afghanistan.

According to details, Mullah said in his first message on Afghan Taliban’s website after taking charge of the Taliban movement “If the Kabul administration wants to end the war and establish peace in the country, it is possible through ending the occupation and revoking all military and security treaties with the invaders.”

Taliban has spent their recent few weeks to patch up the angry Taliban over the leadership issue and now Mullah Mansoor has finally gave his first statement as the new chief of insurgent movement on the festival of Eid-ul-Azha.

Pakistan has been attacked from the territory of Afghanistan quite a few tiomes in the recent past which showed that instability in Afghanistan will lead Pakistan towards Anarchy and peace in Afghanistan is very important for stability in Pakistan.

It is to be kept in mind that Mullah Mansoor took the charge of Afghan Taliban after the confirmation of death of founding leader of Taliban, Mullah Omar in July.