Kabul, 19 November (IANS). NATO Secretary General Jane Stoltenberg and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani discussed the phone’s adjustment of the level of troops in the war-torn country. During this time he also discussed the peace process in which deadlock is going on.
Confirming the phone conversation on Wednesday, the Afghan President’s spokesman, Sadiq Siddiqui, said the two sides continue to provide support to train, advise and assist Afghan forces in the Afghan peace process and the fight against NATO terrorism. spoke about.
The NATO chief said on Twitter, spoke with Ashraf Ghani on the situation in Afghanistan. It has been a long and difficult path towards peace negotiations. NATO is committed to protecting Afghanistan. We support Afghanistan’s peace process and as part of it we will maintain our presence.
He adds, even with cuts to US forces, NATO will continue to train, advise and assist Afghan forces in the fight against international terrorism.
Explain that the US plans to evacuate 2,000 soldiers from Afghanistan in mid-January. Countries like Pakistan, Iran and Russia have also called for a responsible withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan.