Ambassador Hutschion’s Op-Ed: Afghans are demanding peace, and NATO must help

Afghans are demanding peace, and NATO must help By Kay Bailey Hutchison, Hans-Dieter Lucas, Mehmet Fatih Ceylan and Claudio Bisogniero “We want peace, not revenge.” This was the clear message of a petition from 1 million Afghan citizens to their government. It was the same message that we, the NATO Ambassadors of four nations, Germany, ...
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February 24, 2018: Joint Statement from the NATO Framework Nations in Afghanistan

Joint Statement from the NATO Framework Nations in Afghanistan Resolute Support Headquarters, Afghanistan 24 February 2018   Thank you very much, Ambassador Zimmermann. I am very pleased to be here with all of my colleagues and all four of us have worked together on a joint statement which I’m proud to be able to read. ...
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FACT SHEET: NATO’s Enduring Commitment to Afghanistan

FACT SHEET: NATO’s Enduring Commitment to Afghanistan   From The White House NATO’s mission in Afghanistan has been the Alliance’s largest and one of its longest-running military operations, with 50 coalition countries contributing a peak of 140,000 troops over a nearly 15-year campaign. On January 1, 2015, NATO successfully transitioned from the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission ...
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NATO Praises Dedication of Afghan and Resolute Support Forces

By NATO NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised the dedication and courage of Afghan forces and Resolute Support troops in Kabul on Wednesday (16 March 2016). He stressed that NATO stands with Afghanistan and will continue to support the country, including through its Resolute Support Mission and financial support. “Our mission here is no longer a ...
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Ambassador Douglas Lute, U.S. Ambassador to NATO Remarks to Afghan Journalists via Digital Video Conference

May 21, 2015 Ambassador Lute:  As Shannon introduced, NATO Foreign Ministers met last Wednesday and Thursday in Antalya on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey.  The 28 Ministers came together and did a lot of NATO business, but the opening session of the two-day ministerial was the session on Afghanistan.  So here you had Foreign Minister ...
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