The support that the Afghan authorities received from NATO will no longer be there. This is reported by the statement of the foreign ministers of the member countries of the alliance.
вЂњAny future Afghan government must adhere to Afghanistan's international obligations, protect the rights of all Afghans, especially women, children, and minorities, support the rule of law, and ensure unhindered humanitarian access,вЂќ the statement said.
In addition, the foreign ministers demand guarantees from Kabul that Afghanistan вЂњwill no longer serve as a haven for terrorists.вЂќ
Earlier, in the west of Afghanistan, militants of the terrorist movement вЂњTalibanвЂќ killed a relative of a Deutsche Welle journalist.
On August 15, the radical Taliban movement announced the establishment of control over the entire territory of Afghanistan. The Taliban also controls the country's capital, Kabul. Thousands of people took refuge in the capital's airport, trying to get out of the country.