NATO says it's waiting for President Barack Obama's decision on additional troops for Afghanistan before it holds a conference on pledging reinforcements.
The alliance holds regular meetings to raise troops and other resources for all its operations. The next one is scheduled for Monday.
But NATO spokesman James Appathurai says that meeting will now be split into two parts. On Monday, allied nations will commit units for NATO's force in Kosovo, the alliance's anti-piracy patrols off Somalia, and other missions.
Appathurai says the talks dealing with additional forces for Afghanistan has been moved to December, "in order to take account ongoing developments." No date has been set.