February 15th local time, NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg said that NATO will not withdraw its troops from Afghanistan for the time being.
He said that the common goal of NATO allies is clear, and Afghanistan should not be a safe haven for terrorists. Even if allies are unwilling to stay in Afghanistan too much, NATO will not withdraw from Afghanistan until the time is ripe.
Last February, the United States and the Afghan Taliban signed a peace agreement aimed at ending the war in Afghanistan.
The United States will begin to gradually reduce its military presence in Afghanistan, and foreign troops stationed in Afghanistan are expected to withdraw within 14 months.
The Taliban promised not to make Afghanistan a safe haven for terrorists.