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Germany is the first country to reopen its embassy in Afghanistan

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A Taliban member said Germany may be the first country to reopen its embassy in Afghanistan.

Germany may be the first country to open an embassy in Reopens Afghanistan.

Anas Haqqani, a senior Taliban member, said in an interview with the network that Germany might be the first country to reopen its embassy in Afghanistan.

Earlier, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called talks and cooperation with the Taliban inevitable and called for talks with the group to begin in Afghanistan.

“As far as the Taliban are concerned, we have to talk to them naturally, because these are the ones we have to address,” Merkel told a news conference in flood-hit Germany.

We want people who want to leave Afghanistan and those who worked for German organizations and are at risk to leave Afghanistan.



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