The Northern Alliances Treaty Organization (NATO) has expressed its optimism about a possible peace deal in Afghanistan despite the ongoing violence in the country.
Talking in a video conference, Stuart Peach, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee has condemned the recent deadly attacks in Afghanistan.
“Afghanistan has been brought, tragically, into focus this week and the security situation in the country remains fragile,” he said. “Although, we have seen, with guarded optimism some encouraging signs in the intra-Afghan negotiations that could lead to a political solution for the people of Afghanistan.”
Peach has reiterated NATO’s support to the Afghan peace process. “NATO supports the peace efforts by training, assisting and advising the Afghan security forces, through the Resolute Support Mission.”