15 November 2018

NATO to fund Afghanistan army until 2024

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ATO will continue to fund the Afghan army until at least 2024, President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani said. informs citing TASS that he spoke at a press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Kabul.

"NATO has confirmed the continued funding of the Afghan army until at least 2024," he said, thanking Stoltenberg for this support.

Notably, it is the amount of about 4 billion dollars a year, with 1 billion dollars to be allocated by NATO countries and 3 billion by US.

2018.11.06 / 18:18
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