The U.S. delegation led by national security adviser Herbert McMaster met Sunday with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. A White house spokesman had arrived in Afghanistan a few days after the strike at terrorists using heavy duty bombs MOAB.
«The national security Advisor Lieutenant General McMaster, who was joined by senior U.S. interagency delegation met with the President (Ashraf) Ghani, foreign Minister (Abdullah) Abdullah, national security adviser (Muhammad Hanif) Atmar and other senior leaders of the national unity government,» writes 16 April, news Agency RIA Novosti.
During the meeting they discussed shared priorities and strengthen bilateral cooperation and joint efforts to counter terrorist groups. General McMaster on behalf of his country, promised to continue to support Afghanistan, the report said.
Reuters notes that for the first time in Afghanistan arrived senior administration official Donald trump. The visit comes at a time when the United States discussed the possible increase of the military contingent. Currently, Afghanistan is approximately 9,000 troops from the U.S., recalls the site NEWSru.com.