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The group led by Mullah Mohammad Rasool, an arch rival of slain Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, has said that the government should guarantee the exit of foreign troops, reports the Khaama Press.
A spokesman for the group, Mullah Manan Niazi, has endorsed the current system in the country, saying it is hundred percent in line with the Islamic values and is greater than the neighboring Islamic countries.
This comes as reports emerged earlier suggesting that efforts were underway to reach an agreement between the Afghan Government and the Mullah Rasool group.
Last month, Hezb-e-Islami leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar also signed a landmark peace deal with the Afghan Government following months of negotiations and efforts involving the Afghanistan High Peace Council.
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