Afghanistan

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Current Operations


EUPOL Afghanistan

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

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UNAMA

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

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Resolute Support

(NATO)
Begin: 01/15

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News


Afghan presidential election set for April 2014 (30.10.2012)

Presidential elections considered crucial to Afghanistan's security and stability will be held on schedule in April 2014, the country's election commission announced on Wednesday.

Hamid Karzai rules out foreigners on election watchdog (18.10.2012)

President's spokesman says government can ensure 2014 poll is fair without international presence on electoral commission.

UN organizing informal talks with all Afghan factions (15.10.2012)

The head of the UN mission in Afghanistan, Jan Kubis, said the aim was to bring various Afghan groups together to discuss the country's future, especially after 2014, when the majority of foreign forces will have withdrawn from Afghanistan.

Obama nominates new Afghan commander (11.10.2012)

US president names Joseph Dunford to replace General Allen, who is nominated to become NATO's supreme allied commander.

NATO to discuss Afghan war (10.10.2012)

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta urged NATO defense ministers Wednesday to help fill the shortfall of military training teams in Afghanistan in order to build the capabilities of the Afghan forces so they can take control of their country's security by the end of 2014.

UN Security Council approves extension of ISAF (10.10.2012)

The Security Council decided to extend the authorization of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in that country for the twelve months ending 13 October 2013.

Afghanistan on track to building post-2014 future, says UN envoy (09.10.2012)

Despite the impending drawdown of international forces and chronic challenges in governance and security, Afghanistan remains on the path to a hopeful future, the United Nations envoy to the country said today.