In addition to USA, other NATO Allies and partners will continue to provide $1 bn/year to the Afghan defence and security forces until at least 2020 - @jensstoltenberg

Map. History of Afghanistan conflict

20 July 2018
NATO chief Jens Stoltenbergs opens meeting on fighting Daesh globally and says although Daesh is losing territory they could step up attacks around the world
US ambassador to Pakistan calls on Pakistan Chief of Army Staff Bajwa to discuss Afghan security
US Defence Secretary Mattis says "two dozen" NATO and partner nations have pledged to increase troop numbers in Afghanistan along with US troop boost
NATO chief @jensstoltenberg says it is not possible yet to give a final count on the new troop levels in Afghanistan
Afghanistan is a mixed picture NATO chief says, on one hand the country is very volatile but there are signs the country is going in right direction, especially regarding security by troops and their ability to prevent Taliban from taking control of provincial capitals
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said Qatar and UAE are seeking to contribute to @ResoluteSupport - says their "presence is a strong symbol of global support for Afghanistan"
Stoltenberg said NATO recommitted today to working towards finding a political solution to peace in Afghanistan. He says UAE and Qatar government seeking to contribute to @ResoluteSupport
Afghanistan gov’s intention: make key reforms for good governance, the rule of law, fighting corruption and protect people’s rights - @jensstoltenberg
In addition to USA, other NATO Allies and partners will continue to provide $1 bn/year to the Afghan defence and security forces until at least 2020 - @jensstoltenberg
Stoltenberg says Afghanistan still facing many challenges. Says NATO remains committed to supporting forces. 27 nations have committed to increasing troop numbers
8 month ago
Afghan Attorney General's Office spokesman also said they have increased the number of women employeed by the institution from 3% to 7% including 10 in management positions
8 month ago
Spokesman for Afghan Attorney General's Office says they have implemented some reforms in the office, which include salary increases for prosecutors, measures to fight corruption, strict working hours and close focus is now being paid to open cases
Sepoy killed, 5 militants killed in exchange of fire on Pak-Afghan border: ISPR
NATO DefMin continues with meeting of North Atlantic Council and @ResoluteSupport partners. Alliance maintains a strong commitment to future of Afghanistan
Today we will review progress and discuss what more needs to be done to enhance Afghan capabilities in the fight against terrorism - @jensstoltenberg
General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg says ahead of defense minister's meeting that today they will discuss what more needs to be done in Afghanistan
Afghanistan’s forces demonstrate bravery every day. NATO’s @ResoluteSupport train, advise and assist mission is making a difference - @jensstoltenberg
Kunduz:Portest against killing of civilian in Chardara,people carrying phtos of civilan killed in last week’s airstrikes, demanding justice8 month ago
Kunduz:Portest against killing of civilian in Chardara,people carrying phtos of civilan killed in last week’s airstrikes, demanding justice
One dead in explosion in Mazar-e-Sharif City
China and the US agreed to strengthen communication and coordination on issues including the Korean Peninsula and Afghanistan, Chinese President Xi said Thursday
8 month ago
Kabul "strongly condemns" failed rocket attack on Saudi
Stoltenberg says NATO is underlining the importance of political reforms and fighting of corruption and elections are important. He said elections need to be held and NATO is supporting Afghanistan by training Afghan security forces so they can ensure secure elections are held
Stoltenberg says Taliban is failing to reach its goals in the country which is to take control of provincial capitals
"We are going to stay in Afghanistan" so Afghans can fight Taliban better themselves, says @jensstoltenberg, asserting recent high-profile attacks are due to Taliban weakness
Stoltlenberg reiterates NATO will not return to a combat mission but that it is stepping up support to Afghanistan and focus will be given to training Afghan special forces, air force and training academies
Stoltenberg says to Taliban is that it will stay in Afghanistan to train and support security forces but "we see a lot of uncertainty" but Afghan forces are becoming stronger
NATO’s @ResoluteSupport will continue strengthening the Afghan forces and pave the way to a lasting political solution - @jensstoltenberg
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg speaks ahead of defense ministers meeting in Brussels, says Afghanistan will be discussed during Thursday session
8 month ago
ISIS warnings in shape of night letters to a Shia mosque in Kabul's Taymani
8 month ago
Afghan President condemns Pakistani diplomat's killing, orders probe
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