NATO chief Gens Stoltenberg said that the organization plans to convene a summit of defense ministers of the state members in which Afghanistan will be concentrated upon.

The meeting is reportedly being held in headquarter of NATO, Brussels on Thursday and Friday.

The defense ministers of NATO state members will discuss potential terror threats evolving from Afghanistan.

Gens Stoltenberg has acknowledged that the state members have the capability to maintain terrorism from the distance.

“Taliban are accountable to NATO and their allies in terms of their commitments over addressing terrorism, human rights, and providing a safe route for people to leave Afghanistan.’ Said Stoltenberg.

The meeting comes a day after over ten regional countries concluded the Moscow Format on Wednesday in which they pledged to be working with the Taliban as Afghan authorities.


  • Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.