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Shavkat Mirziyoyev calls on interim Afghan government to cut ties with international terrorist organizations

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Shavkat Mirziyoyev calls on interim Afghan government to cut ties with international terrorist organizations

In his address to the participants of the International Conference on Afghanistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev called on the interim Afghan government to comply with the basic requirements of the world community.

“We call on the current government of Afghanistan to take drastic measures to prevent and fight against all forms and manifestations of terrorism, to cut ties with all international terrorist organizations,” the President of Uzbekistan said in his address.

It is noted that this will lead to the strengthening of confidence in the interim government.

“Also, it will open clear perspectives for Afghanistan on sustainable development in an atmosphere of friendship, close neighborliness and mutually beneficial cooperation with neighboring countries and the international community,” the text of the address reads.

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