NATO Secretary General and UK PM discussed Peace Talks
Kabul- Afghanistan (PMG):
Report: Shershah Nawabi
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg discussed preparations for the next meeting of NATO leaders with Prime Minister Theresa May in a visit to 10 Downing Street on Tuesday (14 May 2019). The meeting in London which would be held in December will be an opportunity for Allied Heads of State and Government to address NATO’s continued adaptation to deal with the security challenges the Alliance faces. The Secretary-General and the Prime Minister also had talked about the current security situation, including Russia’s continued breach of the INF treaty, and burden-sharing within the Alliance.
Jens Stoltenberg thanked the UK for its major contributions to NATO missions and deployments, including in the Baltic region, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. Mr. Stoltenberg also praised the UK for leading by example of spending its 2 percent of GDP on defense and investing in new military capabilities. The Secretary General and the Prime Minister further discussed prospects for peace in Afghanistan, and highlighted the importance of training local forces in partner countries in the fight against terrorism.