"US Forces in Afghanistan conducted two kinetic strikes against Taliban leaders and fighters assembled at adjacent compounds in Nawah district, Ghazni province September 10," the release said. "The double-structure strike resulted in 30 Taliban killed."
The struck compounds were frequented by senior provincial Taliban Commander Maulawi Haji Salaam Akhundzada and Emirati Taliban Commander Hamidullah, the release said.
"These successful strikes degrade Taliban influence and operations in Ghazni province and beyond," NATO noted.
The officials, cited by the Associated Press, recalled the first meeting with Alice Wells, Washington's top representative to the region, saying that the sides agreed to meet again in September.
The NATO’s mission in Afghanistan was launched in 2015. It includes over 13,000 servicemen who are providing training and advice to the Afghan security personnel in their fight against terrorism, particularly against the Taliban group.