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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
International Security Assistance Force (UN-Mandatiert)
International officials signaled new urgency on Wednesday for the United States and Afghanistan to reach an agreement on a long-term security deal, but officials suggested that there had been little movement on either side of the deadlock.
NATO would have to pull all its troops out of Afghanistan by the end of 2014 if Afghan President Hamid Karzai does not sign a security pact with the United States, alliance chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on Monday. … "In that case, we don't have a proper legal framework in place and it will not...
Idea of poll delay discussed in Afghan parliament (02.12.2013)
The upper house of the Afghan parliament has discussed the possibility of delaying April's presidential election because of extreme winter weather in parts of the country.
Karzai softens stand on US security deal (27.11.2013)
Afghanistan's president has said he would sign a long-awaited deal with Washington, allowing US-led troops to stay in the country after 2014, but only after the end of the year. Hamid Karzai told Radio Free Europe in an interview broadcast on Wednesday that he would ink the security agreement in...
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai has refused to sign a security deal with the United States, the White House said, opening up the prospect of a complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from the strife-torn nation next year. … On Sunday, an assembly of Afghan elders, known as the Loya Jirga, endorsed...
Loya Jirga debates US-Afghan security deal (21.11.2013)
Up to 15,000 foreign troops could remain in Afghanistan after 2014 if a security pact is agreed with the US, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has said. He was speaking at the opening of a Loya Jirga of more than 2,000 Afghan elders, who have gathered to discuss the deal.
Following weeks of negotiation and diplomatic tension , Karzai said the draft Bilateral Security Agreement was agreed to early Thursday, after President Obama wrote Karzai a letter assuring him that U.S. forces will continue to respect the “sanctity and dignity of the Afghan people.”