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Taliban says ‘not seeking monopoly on power’ in Afghanistan

KABUL: The Taliban has said they are not seeking a monopoly on power in a future administration in Afghanistan, and rather are looking for ways to co-exist with Afghan institutions.a

Taliban’s spokesman Shaheen Suhail on Wednesday told AP from Qatar that “Once US forces withdraw from Afghanistan, the Taliban want to live with other Afghans, and tolerate one another and start life like brothers.”

He said the Taliban believed in an inclusive Afghan world, where all Afghans can see themselves in it. The remarks came as the US envoy tasked with resolving Afghanistan’s 17-year war has reported progress in his talks with the Taliban.

Suhail’s remarks come as the U.S. envoy tasked with resolving Afghanistan’s 17-year war has reported progress in his talks with the Taliban.

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