NATO General Thanks Croatia, Its Troops for Serving in Afghanistan
The commander of NATO’s Resolute Support Mission and United States Forces – Afghanistan, General Austin Scott Miller, has thanked Croatia and its troops for serving in Afghanistan.
Miller met Croatian Defense Minister Damir Krstičević at the mission’s HQ in Kabul, the Croatian Defensee Ministry said in a press release.
Krstičević, on an official visit, and Miller talked about Croatia’s contribution to the Mission, NATO’s plans for the Mission’s future and the security situation in Afghanistan.
Krstičević and Miller extended greetings to the 11th Croatian contingent in Afghanistan and their families for the upcoming holidays.
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