Federal Transitional Administration of Afghanistan
The FTAA, the joint representative government of Afghanistan and representing the National Front of Afghanistan and National Coalition of Afghanistan, has requested a meeting with NATO to discuss future aid or cooperation in the suppression of insurgent activities in Pakistan and Southern Afghanistan. The FTAA believes that these activities, as they always have, provide a dangerous "safe haven" to international terrorist organizations, and thus carry a distinct risk to the countries of NATO if not handled appropriately. Representatives from Kabul would like to request an audience in Brussels to discuss the sensitive security and political issues around the recognition of the democratic continuance of government within Afghanistan after the successful thwarting of the coup led by Hamid Karzai in early 2015.Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
The GIRoA, the legitimate governing body installed by NATO forces after the 2001 expulsion of Taliban from Kabul, would like to request a meeting with NATO to discuss future aid and cooperation in removing the leaders of a military takeover of the capital by forces loyal to the "National Front of Afghanistan", a northern insurgent group. These forces pose a dramatic threat to the internal security of Afghanistan, and potentially have ties with many of the insurgent and terrorist groups in the south of the country, including possibly Al Qaeda. To continue to preserve the security of both Afghans and the international citizens of the North Atlantic, representative from Ghor would like to discuss how to best handle the uprising from the northern provinces.