Pressures mount on Taleban

October 1998
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;10/2/1998, Vol. 42 Issue 40, p19
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States, Iran, Pakistan and Russia have agreed on a peace formula to stop fighting in Afghanistan, and negotiate a settlement which includes all ethnic groups. Information on the Taleban movement; Objective of a meeting held by the `two plus six' group on September 22nd, 1998; Who the `two plus six' group includes; Details on efforts to assist Afghanistan.


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