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Afghanistan and Pakistan traded accusations about prolonging the Afghan civil war as nonaligned diplomats worked on a series of bland statements to paper over their differences on regional conflicts. The dispute between the two nations came at the summit of the 102-nation Nonaligned Movement in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Pakistan was angered by a speech in which Afghan President Najibullah accused Islamabad of waging war against his government by supplying arms to rebel groups.

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