Flag tunnels at NATO headquarters in Brussels over the deaths of US troops

Flags have been lowered at NATO headquarters in Brussels following a bomb blast in Kabul that killed US troops.

According to NATO Secretary General Jan Stoltenberg, the flags of 30 NATO allied forces were waved at NATO headquarters in Brussels to pay tribute to those killed in the bombings in the Afghan capital, Kabul.

In a message posted on his social media account Twitter, the NATO secretary general said that “after the bombings in Kabul, the NATO headquarters in Brussels has 30 tunnels of NATO allies.”

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“We are mourning all the victims,” ​​he added. We pay tribute to those American personnel who laid down their lives to save others. They will never be forgotten.