NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said they will continue to support the peace process in Afghanistan, but the Taliban must live up to its commitments and “break all bonds” with Al Qaeda.
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Addressing a press conference before the NATO Defence Ministers meeting, Stoltenberg urged the Taliban to engage in the intra-Afghan talks.
“NATO will continue to adjust our presence in support of the peace process,” he said.
“But for the peace to succeed, the Taliban must live up to their commitments. To reduce violence, break all bonds with Al Qaeda and other international terrorist groups, and engage in intra-Afghan talks in good faith.
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He said there has been some reduction in violence and progress has also been made in the prisoner exchange. However, the situation is still “fragile” and “difficult” he warned while reiterating support for an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process.