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Durand Line and Afghan-Pak Relations

Relations Hafisullah Emadi One of Pakistan's main objectives is the establishment of an interim government comprising the Pakistan based Afghan groups to replace the present Soviet backed government in Kabul. In their thinking, not only would such a government recognise the long-disputed Durand Line as official border between their countries, it would not support the struggle for 'Pushtunistan', as did previous Afghan governments.

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