|31 Aug. 2022|
|10 Jun. 2022||
Allied countries continue to resettle Afghans who worked with NATOA family of 13 Afghan citizens who worked with NATO has recently arrived in Greece. They were temporarily hosted by North Macedonia while awaiting their permanent resettlement. North Macedonia has been providing housing, education and health care for those Afghans, including support during the holy month of Ramadan.
|01 Apr. 2022||
Allied countries continue to resettle Afghans who worked with NATOAround ninety Afghan citizens have recently arrived in Lithuania and North Macedonia. The Afghans, who formerly worked for NATO, and their families, were the last evacuees from Afghanistan to leave NATO temporary facilities in Kosovo, where troops of NATO's Response Force had helped to provide care and support. In Kosovo, the Afghans had been provided with housing in individual and family quarters, dining facilities, medical and dental centres, meeting rooms, recreation areas for adults and children, and religious facilities.
|01 Dec. 2021||
NATO Foreign Ministers discuss Black Sea security, Afghanistan, Western BalkansNATO's support for Ukraine's and Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty remains ''unwavering'', Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday (01 December 2021) at the end of a two day meeting of Allied Foreign Ministers in Riga.
|01 Dec. 2021||
Foreign Ministers address lessons learned from NATO's engagement in AfghanistanMeeting in Riga on Wednesday (1 December 2021), NATO Foreign Ministers discussed the lessons learned from the Alliance's engagement in Afghanistan over almost two decades. Following the rapid collapse of the Afghan government and forces in August, a comprehensive political and military assessment was conducted over the autumn, with the active involvement of Allies and experts.
|23 Nov. 2021||
More Afghans who worked with NATO are settling in Allied countriesToday (22 November 2021), a group of around twenty Afghan citizens who worked for NATO has arrived for resettlement in the Netherlands on a flight sponsored by the Dutch authorities. The group left from a temporary facility in Poland, where they have been hosted by the Polish authorities, since their evacuation from Kabul in August, with logistical support from the Polish armed forces and NATO personnel.
|04 Nov. 2021|
|13 Oct. 2021||
More Afghans who worked with NATO being resettled in Allied countriesOn Tuesday (12 October 2021), seven Afghan citizens arrived in Luxembourg to start a new life. Earlier that day, they left the temporary facilities in Kosovo, where they had been accommodated since their evacuation from Kabul in August and where troops from the NATO Response Force had been helping with housing, care and support, including through individual and family living headquarters, dining facilities, medical and dental centres, meeting rooms, recreation areas for adults and children, and religious accommodations.
|07 Oct. 2021||
Allies continue their joint efforts to resettle Afghans who worked with NATO80 former NATO Afghan employees and their family members are now being resettled in Norway. They departed temporary facilities in Kosovo on a charted civilian airline flight from Pristina to Norway on Tuesday (05 October 2021). Troops of NATO's high-readiness Response Force have been helping to provide care and support, including through individual and family living quarters, dining facilities, medical and dental centres, meeting rooms, recreation areas for adults and children, and religious accommodations.
|06 Oct. 2021||
NATO Secretary General takes part in German event on the initial evaluation of efforts in AfghanistanToday (06 October 2021), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed virtually a high level event organized by Germany's Minister of Defence, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer on the initial assessment of NATO's twenty years efforts in Afghanistan.