The Commander of the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission and the U.S. Forces in Afghanistan Gen. Scott Miller reaffirmed the alliance’s support to Afghan armed forces while reiterating continued war against terrorism.

The Office of Chief Executive of the Government of National Unity in a statement said Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah met with the Commander of the Resolute Support Mission and U.S. Forces in Afghanistan Gen. Scott Miller in Spidar Palace this afternoon.

The statement further added that Gen. Miller the coalition supports ongoing peace efforts, emphasizing that the coalition will continue supporting the Afghan armed forces and will maintain counter-terrorism operations besides supporting reconciliation efforts, describing a fair and lasting peace agreement as the main demand of the Afghan nation.

Gen. Miller also added that Afghanistan, the United States, and NATO maintain a strong relationship based on joint values and interests.

In his turn, Chief Executive Abdullah hailed Gen. Miller and the other international allies of Afghanistan for their support and added that reaching to a peace deal is one of the ambitions of the Afghan nation.

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