NATO Commander Gen Scott Miller on Tuesday, while addressing NATO troops told them to prepare for any outcome in peace talks between the U.S. and Taliban that have gained momentum in recent weeks, according to Reuters.
Gen. Scott Miller, head of U.S. forces and the NATO-led noncombat Resolution Support mission in Afghanistan, stressed the need for a political end to the war.
“Peace talks [are] out there, regional players pressing for peace, the Taliban talking about peace, the Afghan government is talking about peace,” Miller told NATO soldiers gathered at Resolution Support headquarters in Kabul for an exercise session.
“Are [Resolution Support] able to adapt? Are we able to adjust? Are we able to be in the right place to support positive processes and negative consequences, that’s what I ask you guys to think about in 2019,” Miller said.