BRUSSELS (AP) – NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday urged the Afghan government and the Taliban to step up the pace of peace talks amid doubts over whether the military alliance will pull thousands of troops out of the country by a May deadline.
NATO defense chiefs have made "no final decision" about the alliance's military future in Afghanistan, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday as pressure grows on the U.S. and its allies ahead of a key May 1 deadline for withdrawal from the country.
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- 'No final decision:' NATO deadlocked on Afghanistan mission as May 1 deadline looms (washington times)
- NATO chief urges Afghan govt, Taliban to step up peace talks (washington times)