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OIC seeks terrorist-free Afghanistan

JEDDAH: The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation said Sunday Afghanistan should never again be allowed to shelter “terrorist organisations”, and called for an inclusive dialogue to resolve the crisis following the Taliban takeover.

The Jeddah-based organisation said it would dispatch envoys to Afghanistan to stress the importance of “peace, stability, and national reconciliation”. Other multi-national organisations have indicated they will convene to consider how to tackle the situation in Afghanistan, including the G7, a week after Taliban militants re-took power.

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