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Afghanistan Conference


Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

In Bonn, Germany, Secretary Clinton will lead the United States’ high-level, interagency delegation to the International Conference for Afghanistan on December 5. The Bonn Conference, the first of its kind to be chaired solely by the Afghan government, will be an opportunity to review progress achieved since 2001 and highlight the strong international support for Afghanistan through transition and beyond. In Bonn, the government of Afghanistan and the international community will engage in mutual commitments to secure the gains already achieved and pave the way for an increasingly self-sustainable Afghanistan. (media note, Dec 05)

On December 5, 2011 the German government will host the International Afghanistan Conference in Bonn to set the course for the future of Afghanistan. The Afghan government will preside over the conference. Around 90 delegations with over 1000 members are expected to attend. The conference will focus on the transition process, the long term engagement of the international community after 2014 and the political process that should lead to a long-term stabilization of the country. The U.S. government will also be represented with a delegation composed of high-level representatives.

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