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10 September 2019 - 17:03
News ID: 446961
Top Afghan officials, including chief executive Abdullah Abdullah, Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani, Ahmad Wali Massoud, brother of Afghanistan’s national hero Ahmad Shah Massoud, and many political elites of Afghanistan plus a number of foreign ambassadors have come together in Afghanistan's Foreign Ministry to mark the 18th assassination anniversary of the country's National hero Ahmad Shah Massoud.

RNA - People here say Afghans must never forget Ahmad Shah Massoud, his vision and strong resistance against any foreign interference in Afghanistan. They say the struggle is still far from over.

Fighting against foreign interference is considered only as one of Massoud's legacies because strengthening national unity among Afghans was also one of his achievements.

However, many here believe that most of Massoud's companions have failed to achieve his great goals after he was assassinated by two suicide bombers nearly two decades ago.

Ahmad Shah Massoud was one of the most popular Afghan leaders who firstly fought against the red army and then resisted against the black army of Taliban until he became the target of the first suicide attack in Afghanistan's modern history back in 2001.


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