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We are holding Taliban accountable on counterterrorism: NATO

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

NATO chief Gens Stoltenberg said that NATO allies and partners are trying to hold the Taliban accountable for all the pledges they made on terrorism, not allowing their soil to be used against others, human rights, and providing safe passage for those who are willing to leave Afghanistan.

The NATO chief who was talking to a media conference after concluding their defense ministers’ level meeting said that the decision of withdrawal from Afghanistan was unanimous but the tragedy of the Afghan people afterward is hard-breaking.

“We are working to get people out of Afghanistan and resettle those who have left Afghanistan. We have had development in resettling those people in the past weeks.” Said Stoltenberg.

The statements come as there are still nearly 20,000 people waiting to be evacuated from Afghanistan but the mission has stalled and there are reports about its resumption in near future.

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