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New NATO Peacekeeping Mission Now Planned For 2014 And Beyond

June 05 2012


The Afghan government has reached an agreement with NATO officials to develop plans for a new international peacekeeping mission after 2014 when Afghan officials will be responsible for the nation's security, reports RIA Novosti.

The proposed NATO-led mission would provide training and other assistance to Afghan security forces, said Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the NATO secretary-general.

The alliance will also provide about US$4.1 billion annually to fund the mission, he said.

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