NATO and Afghanistan sign pact

International forces will stay in Afghanistan even after 2014 after NATO and the Afghan government came to an agreement Saturday.

Security leadership will be transfered into afghanistan starting next year in hopes that by 2014 Afghans will take the lead.

According to the BBC Nato is in it for the long-run and will stay even after 2014 to help with the transition and offer support.

The goal is to train police, soldiers, and create a government, economy and infrastructure within Afghanistan, CNN reported.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO's secretary-general signed the pact in Lisbon in front on reporters at the NATO summit.

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