NATO is hesitant about its future role in Afghanistan

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NATO is hesitant about its future role in Afghanistan
NATO is hesitant about its future role in Afghanistan
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NATO has acknowledged that it is hesitant about its future role in Afghanistan.

This was acknowledged by NATO Secretary-General Jan Stoltenberg in a virtual press statement before addressing members of the German Christian Social Union (CSU) in the German parliament.

“We support peace talks between the Kabul government and the Taliban. But at the same time we face a difficult situation and hesitation,” he said.

“At the European Defense Ministers’ meeting next month (in February) we need to decide whether to maintain our military presence in Afghanistan or not. Either the risk being involved for a long time,” he said. Leave it as it is.

The most important and necessary condition for this is that the Taliban fulfill their conditions. Taliban should break all ties with international terrorists, including al-Qaeda.

“This is a difficult decision that we all need to make in a coordinated and well-planned way,” he said.

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