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31 years ago — the Soviets left #Afghanistan, followed by war & chaos. 18 yrs of after 9/11 & the US mission to rebuild Afghanistan, there is now hope that peace is possible through diplomacy & political settlement by an inclusive intra-Afghan dialogue. #AfghanPeaceProcess

US-Taliban deal is significantly important bcuz it paves the way for an inclusive intra-Afghan dialogue (to this date, #Taliban have rejected to talk w Afghan Govt).

Great work by Pr. @realDonaldTrump team on this development.

One day of peace is better than nothing.✌🏽

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US-Taliban reach deal for 7 days 'reduction in violence'

May this opens doors for an inclusive intra-Afghan dialogues & chance for the #Taliban to prove their willingness to peace.

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7 days, after all? — Better than nothing 🙏 May this temporary reduction of violence opens doors for an inclusive intra-Afghan dialogues & chance for the Taliban to prove their willingness to peace & NO violence. You get to start somewhere —this is a good start!

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Secretary of Defense Mark Esper announces that the US and Taliban "have negotiated a proposal for a seven day reduction in violence"

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