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Hamid Karzai called the Taliban members "brothers"

International Desk
Hamid Karzai
Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai has called Taliban members "brothers".

Karzai became president of Afghanistan after the Taliban was ousted in 2001. He was in power from then until 2014.

In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation, Hamid Karzai called the Taliban members "brothers". Karzai was in a meeting with the Taliban before giving an interview.

Karzai said talks with the Taliban had been fruitful. He also called for the return of those who fled the country after the Taliban seized power.

"This is our country," said Hamid Karzai.

"We are the children of this soil. We should not leave this land. We should be here for the good of this country. I urge those who have left the country to come back and work for the betterment of the country."

In Afghanistan, Karzai has called for an all-inclusive government.

"It's your country. Let's work together to build the country. I have had talks with the Taliban," he said.

Karzai was also questioned on the issue of women and girls. In this context, he said, he has talked to the Taliban on the issue of women. The Taliban has agreed to allow women to return to work and education.

Karzai also called on the international community, particularly the United States, to work with the Taliban government to rebuild war-torn Afghanistan.

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