The NATO military coalition on Sunday said two service members were killed in an insurgent attack in the west of the country.
The military alliance known as ISAF didn't provide further details. NATO also did not provide the nationalities of the dead. The deaths bring the number of international service members killed in Afghanistan so far this month to at least 44.
Also a Georgian soldier, wounded in Afghanistan, died in a military hospital in Gori (Shida Kartli, eastern Georgia).
Corporal Pantsulaia was wounded in the Afghan province of Helmand in January 2012. After being wounded he was in a coma.
It is the 16th Georgian military, who died in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile Taliban slam Pakistan incursions into Kunar
According to Pajhwok News Agency the Taliban on Monday lashed out at cross-border incursions from Pakistan into eastern Afghanistan, blaming the Karzai administration for failing to contain the raids.
In a commentary on its website, the militant movement said there was no justification for the rocket and missile barrages from the neighbouring country into Afghanistan’s border areas.
The attacks were a brazen act that ran counter to all Islamic and international norms, as well as the principle of good neighbourly relations, the rebels said, demanding an immediate halt to civilian losses.
Branding the Karzai government as the second most corrupt administration in the world, the insurgents blasted Kabul’s inability to stop the bloodshed of innocent people and rescue Kunar residents.
A day earlier, the foreign ministry spokesman told a media briefing in Kabul that military officials from Afghanistan and Pakistan would meet soon on ways of effectively preventing cross-border incursions into eastern parts of the country.
Hundreds of people have been killed, wounded and displaced as a result of rocket and missile strikes, as well as artillery shelling, from Pakistani territory into border towns of Kunar over the past one year.