The United States has approximately 14,000 troops in Afghanistan engaged in two missions: 1) a bilateral counterterrorism mission in cooperation with Afghan forces; and 2) participation in RSM. U.S. troops in Afghanistan serve alongside almost 8,000 troops from NATO allies and partners. U.S. forces continue to disrupt and degrade the Taliban’s combat operations, ISIS-K, and al-Qaeda activities in Afghanistan, through partnered operations with Afghan forces, as well as unilateral operations.
U.S.-PAKISTAN RELATIONS The United States established diplomatic relations with Pakistan following the country’s independence in 1947. We have a multi-faceted relationship with Pakistan in areas ranging from counterterrorism to energy to trade […]
Strategically located alongside Afghanistan and Iran, Turkmenistan plays an important role in advancing regional integration, security and prosperity across South and Central Asia. With abundant natural resources, Turkmenistan holds the potential to […]
Foreign policy is based on the Constitution, the Constitutional Act on the permanent neutrality of Turkmenistan, the Foreign policy concept of Turkmenistan as a neutral state, other legislative acts. Turkmenistan’s foreign policy […]