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EU Police Mission in Afghanistan (EU)
United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UN-Peacebuilding)
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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.”
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.
Australia to end Afghan mission in 2013 (17.04.2012)
Australia has announced that its troops will be withdraw from Afghanistan nearly a year ahead of a previously scheduled 2014 withdrawal date. … That timetable would see the largest force provided by any nation outside of the NATO alliance leave the country a year ahead of the proposed December 2014...
NATO Chief: No Afghan “security vacuum” after 2014 (12.04.2012)
NATO will not leave a "security vacuum" in Afghanistan after its troops pull out in 2014, Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen pledged Thursday. "Our goal is an Afghanistan with its security provided by its own people and this goal has not changed," he told a joint news conference in Kabul with...
The Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, has said he is considering stepping down a year early, potentially clearing the way for his successor to manage the departure of foreign troops from Afghanistan. Presidential elections are due in 2014, the same year western combat soldiers will complete their...
“I plan on being an active partner of the Government, the institutions and the civil society of Afghanistan in working to strengthen the integrity of future polls,” Ján Kubiš, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), said.