No secret deal in Kabul-Taliban talks: Abdullah

Kabul, March 5 (IANS) Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah has assured his countrymen that there will be no secret deal in peace talks with the Taliban.

Speaking on the occasion of the 21st death anniversary of Abdul Ali Mazari, a leader of the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan, Abdullah on Friday hoped that peace efforts of the government will bring lasting peace in Afghanistan, Tolo news agency reported.

“I want to assure people that there will be no secret deal in peace talks and freedom of people and their achievements will be maintained,” he said.

Abdullah also praised Mazari’s efforts in the way of security and justice in Afghanistan.

He also commended bravery and sacrifices of Afghan troops.

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