Dangerous Places

NATO’s Involvement in Afghanistan Beyond 2016

“On May 13th NATO announced a plan to stay in Afghanistan beyond 2016. The announcement came during the NATO’s foreign ministers meeting in the city of Antalya, Turkey. The Afghan foreign minister Salahudin Rabani was invited to the meeting and confirmed the plan after his return to Kabul. NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, indicated that while the mission will have a military/security component, it will be led by civilians. Rabani said that the Afghan government will engage its NATO partners to finalize the details in the months to come. The mission has been dubbed ‘Enduring Partnership.'”

Source: NATO’s Involvement in Afghanistan Beyond 2016 | Abdullah Sharif

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