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EUPOL Afghanistan

EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
Beginn: 06/07

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United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
Beginn: 03/02

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Resolute Support


Beginn: 01/15

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UN mission in Afghanistan condemns assassination of peace council member (13.05.2012)

United Nations mission in Afghanistan has condemned today's assassination of Maulawi Arsala Rahmani, a senior member of the country's High Peace Council, and stated its continued commitment to supporting the locally-led peace and reconciliation process.

Obama, Rasmussen agree summit to focus on Afghan transition (10.05.2012)

Alliance members are expected to work out details of their planned withdrawal when NATO heads of state meet in Chicago on May 20-21.

UNAMA mandated to support Afghan-led elections (08.05.2012)

In addition to the Special Representative and the UNAMA political team, the UN also provides technical assistance through the United Nations Development Programme’s ELECT II capacity building project.

Afghans „ready“ to take over from French (07.05.2012)

The announcement May 7 follows French President-elect Francois Hollande's pledge to withdraw France's 3,300 troops by the end of 2012.

Obama signs pact in Kabul, turning page in Afghan war (01.05.2012)

President Obama, speaking to an American television audience on Tuesday night from Bagram Air Base, declared that he had traveled here to herald a new era in the relationship between the United States and Afghanistan, “a future in which war ends, and a new chapter begins.”

Afghanistan, U.S. reach pact on post-2014 American support (22.04.2012)

After more than a year of negotiations, U.S. and Afghan officials reached an agreement Sunday affirming the United States’ commitment to Afghanistan for a decade after its formal troop withdrawal in 2014.

U.S. and NATO finalize pacts on ending Afghan war (18.04.2012)

The United States and its allies in NATO finalized agreements on Wednesday to wind down the war in Afghanistan, paving the way for President Obama to announce at a NATO summit meeting in Chicago next month that the unpopular, nearly 11-year-old conflict is close to an end.