Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (C) Afghan President Ashraf Ghani (2L) pay respects at the Golden temple in Amritsar on December 3,2016. AFP / NARINDER NANU
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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani accused Pakistan Sunday of waging an "undeclared war" and said Taliban insurgents battling his government would not last a month without sanctuary in the neighbouring state.Ghani also urged Pakistan to spend around $500 million pledged in aid for Afghanistan to tackle extremism instead.Afghan officials accuse Pakistan of supporting the Taliban and continuing to provide sanctuaries on its soil in hopes of maintaining influence in Afghanistan.Both the Indian and Afghan leaders in recent months have vocally blamed Pakistan for its support for groups and individuals behind attacks in their countries.Pakistan -- the historic backer of the Taliban -- has long been accused of supporting the insurgents in Afghanistan, especially with attacks on Indian targets in the country.
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