In 2011 at the Bonn conference on Afghanistan, the international community agreed on a “Transformation Decade” for the country. During this period, Afghanistan was promised more international assistance than countries at a similar stage of development, so that the country would achieve self-reliance by 2024. At the Tokyo Conference in 2012, a system of high-level […]
On 4 and 5 October, the government of Afghanistan and the European Union will co-host representatives from 70 countries and 30 international organizations and agencies at Brussels Conference on Afghanistan.
The 2016 Warsaw Summit of the NATO was the 27th formal meeting of the heads of state and heads of government of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, held at the National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland, on 8 and 9 July 2016.
Afghanistan has entered a new phase in its history with the first-ever peaceful and democratic transfer of political power.
The Afghan Government and the International Community met on July 8, 2012 in Tokyo to reaffirm and further consolidate their partnership from Transition to the Transformation Decade.
The leader of the 28 NATO member countries met on 20-21 of May, 2012 in Chicago to discuss transition and beyond in Afghanistan by emphasizing on the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) sustainability.
Ten years to the day after the first Bonn Conference, a second Bonn Conference renewed the partnership between Afghanistan, the United Nations (UN), and the International Community.
The Kabul Conference revolutionized the three-sided relationship between Afghan leadership, the United Nations, and the International Community.
The London Conference delivered Afghanistan and its international partners to the next level and set conditions for the follow-on June convention in Kabul.
The Paris Conference in support of Afghanistan convened to reaffirm the international community’s political and financial support for the Asian country’s reconstruction.
Afghanistan and the International Community, along with the United Nations, pledged long term commitment to the road ahead on January 31 and February 1, 2006.
Noting with satisfaction the substantial progress made by Afghanistan, the United Nations, and the International Community according to the 2001 Bonn Agreement, the Berlin Conference was held on April 1, 2004.