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Turkey to decide on Taliban recognition after government forms: foreign minister

Cavusoglu warns nation 'cannot shoulder wave of refugees,' calls for EU cooperation

On Afghanistan, "we should act together as an international community, both the Muslim and non-Muslim world," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu tells Nikkei. (Photo courtesy the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

ANKARA -- It is "too early" for Turkey to commit to recognizing a new Taliban-led government in Afghanistan, its foreign minister says, as Ankara rushes to evacuate its own citizens while urging greater European cooperation to avert a refugee crisis.

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