David Cameron has landed in Afghanistan to meet the country's new president.
The Prime Minister flew into the country overnight to become the first world leader to visit Ashraf Ghani since his inauguration last week.
On his way, he made a surprise pit-stop in Cyprus last night to thank British troops who have carried out airstrikes on Islamic State extremists in Iraq.
He also announced two more RAF Tornado bombers will be joining the mission.
The Status of Forces Agreement was long overdue. It provides the legal framework for international forces to train and mentor Afghan counterparts.