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Chicago Summit, More Commitments To Afghanistan

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Saturday, May 26, 2012
Kabul (BNA) NATO says that after Chicago summit the alliance new mission in Afghanistan is supporting Afghan security forces. 
In the summit attended by 50 nations, the participants pledged to train and equip Afghan security forces after 2014 when the NATO-led forces withdraw from Afghanistan. 
Secretary General of NATO Andors Fogh Rasmussen said that the military alliance and its allied nations had made strong commitment at Chicago to support and equip Afghanistan security forces to cope with security threat independently. 
In a statement released by NATO said that the process of security transition from NATO-led force to Afghan security forces going on smoothly and NATO by sending instructors would continue train and equip Afghan forces with light and heavy weaponry. 
NATO’s secretary general, according to the statement, however stated that challenges in Afghanistan are still lying ahead but the world community is determined to overcome, saying a peaceful Afghanistan benefits the region and the world. 
The NSATO-led forces are going to pull our Afghanistan by the end of the 2014. 
However, the political observers believe that the world community would equip and train Afghan security forces properly before leaving Afghanistan.
 

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