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Topic - Qari Bashir
"God willing, the government [of Afghanistan] and the government of Korea will accept this," Mullah Bashir said outside the Ghazni office of the Afghan Red Cross, which is acting as a neutral intermediary. "Definitely, these people will be released. God willing, our friends [Taliban militants in prison] will be released."
Asked when the Koreans might be freed, he said: "Hopefully, today or tomorrow."