Ghani vows need of cooperation b/w Afghanistan, Pakistan

KABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday said Pakistan and Afghanistan were in the state of undeclared war.

Addressing the opening of Parliament on Sunday in Kabul, he stressed to cooperate and reach an agreement as both the countries were suffering from terrorism.

Ashraf Ghani said the Taliban was facing a major test to choose whether they wanted peace or war.

Ghani said that Afghanistan was the only country where Daesh was on the run and it would become a grave for them.

Earlier, the Taliban refused to hold direct peace talks with the Afghan government.