The Prime Minister of Australia has said he is considering sending more soldiers into Afghanistan.
Malcolm Turnbull's announcement came in the wake of a formal NATO request for the country to deploy more soldiers to the Middle East.
Turnbull didn't give any more specific information to journalists in a press conference in Sydney, but made it clear he thought it important for the allies to continue working together.
NATO's mission in Afghanistan includes roughly 13,450 soldiers - 6,900 of them are US troops.
Reuters reported in February that Donald Trump and his adminstration were looking to send between 3,000 and 5,000 more soldiers to the country.