Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Athens Times


NATO: Former political and military leadership to blame for Afghanistan collapse

NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s responsibilities to Afghanistan’s political and military leadership, backed by NATO providing training and billions of euros over the past 20 years

According to the NATO Secretary-General, the Taliban should respect and facilitate the safe departure of all those wishing to leave Kabul airport, as well as the land border, and have a peaceful transfer of power to a government that will not seek revenge and exclusions.

Mr. Stoltenberg stressed that the collapse was so rapid and therefore there are many lessons to be learned. However, according to Stoltenberg himself, there have been successes during NATO’s 20-year presence in the Asian country, there has not been a single terrorist attack on an allied country organized in Afghanistan.

The NATO Secretary-General also referred to the states that ensure that the Kabul airport is left open for the removal of personnel and equipment from the country, with special reference to the United States of America, Turkey, and Norway.

Click to comment

Notice: Undefined variable: user_ID in /usr/www/users/athense/wp-content/themes/zoxpress/comments.php on line 51

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

You May Also Like


Pope Francis stays only seven hours in the Hungarian capital Budapest


The provinces with the highest rates


It is our duty to offer our solidarity to a people who are suffering


They take off their masks - Normally concerts with thousands of people


This submarine gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea will double Russian gas supplies to Germany


He was President of Portugal from 1996 to 2006


He underwent surgery for a tumor and is recovering


Najib Mikati says he hopes to stop the collapse of the country as prime minister and restore prosperity