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>> $1 billion to help Afghan forces until 2020. The pledge coming from NATO allies on Saturday, despite public fatigue in Western countries over their involvement in the long-running conflict, The two-day summit in Warsaw gathering the 28 members. Also on the table is a potential Russian aggression, economic reforms in southern Europe and the migration crisis in Turkey.
Reuters' Paul Taylor is at the summit where one topic still looms over the tables.>> Although this summit was officially about being firm towards Russia over Ukraine, about NATO's role in Afghanistan, about fighting Islamic State and what NATO's gonna do about that, on the sidelines, all the talk was about Brexit.
Britain's Foreign Minister Phillip Hammond said that really, in all the conversations he'd had, the one thing that people wanted to know was about the result of the referendum and what would be the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union. There were lots of meetings that dealt with that.
President Obama discussed it with the heads of the main European Union institutions, Mr. Juncker and Mr. Tusk. It was discussed with Chancellor Merkel. Everybody's talking to everybody, and desperate to know what does this mean for us?>> What does this mean for European security, for stability on the continent.?