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August 1, 1993 | From Times Wire Services
Russia agreed Saturday that its forces in the Central Asian republic of Tajikistan will stop cross-border artillery attacks on northern Afghanistan, an Afghan spokesman said. War broke out last year in the former Soviet republic after former Communists ousted a loose alliance of self-styled democrats and Islamic fundamentalists. Tens of thousands of Tajik opposition fighters crossed into Afghanistan, where they have been joined by Islamic fundamentalists.
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August 1, 1993 | From Times Wire Services
Russia agreed Saturday that its forces in the Central Asian republic of Tajikistan will stop cross-border artillery attacks on northern Afghanistan, an Afghan spokesman said. War broke out last year in the former Soviet republic after former Communists ousted a loose alliance of self-styled democrats and Islamic fundamentalists. Tens of thousands of Tajik opposition fighters crossed into Afghanistan, where they have been joined by Islamic fundamentalists.
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July 21, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Russian troops guarding Tajikistan's border have the right to attack targets inside Afghanistan to prevent rebels from launching cross-border raids, a top military official said in Moscow. The harsh comments by Vladimir Bondarenko, the chief of staff of Russia's Security Ministry, marked an escalation in Russian rhetoric. But Foreign Ministry spokesman Boris Kustovsky later declined to assert such a right.
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July 21, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Russian troops guarding Tajikistan's border have the right to attack targets inside Afghanistan to prevent rebels from launching cross-border raids, a top military official said in Moscow. The harsh comments by Vladimir Bondarenko, the chief of staff of Russia's Security Ministry, marked an escalation in Russian rhetoric. But Foreign Ministry spokesman Boris Kustovsky later declined to assert such a right.
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