Ini ramalan, harapan, prediksi, atau ...... keputusasaan? :D

dari 2001-2010 hampir 9 tahun, apa kemajuannya?
kok masih ada Taliban? bukannya sudah menang tahun 2001?
terus 4 tahun ke depan ada strategi baru?

liberal-moderat teh apaan?
seperti UU yang diteken Karzai yang menghukum istri yang menolak
melayani suami? .... liberal amitttt :-)

kapan om alatif jadi dubes di Afghan?
saya tunggu beritanya dari Kabul 2014 ....

On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 11:10 AM, abdul <> wrote:

> Karzai wants 2014 security handover
> Karzai and Clinton toured a market in Kabul after delivering their opening
> speeches [AFP]
> Hamid Karzai, the Afghan president, has told delegates at an international
> conference in Kabul that he wants Afghan forces to take over security across
> the country in four years.
> "I remain determined that our Afghan national security forces will be
> responsible for all military and law enforcement operations throughout our
> country by 2014," Karzai said.
> The conference, held in the Afghan capital, ran for nearly six hours on
> Tuesday. It was the ninth conference on Afghanistan since the US-led war
> began there in 2001.
> Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the Nato secretary-general, said Nato would not
> withdraw from Afghanistan until Afghan security forces were able to provide
> their own security.
> "Our mission will end when, only when, the Afghans are able to maintain
> security on their own," he said. "Our transition will be based on
> conditions, not calendars."
> In an interview with Al Jazeera, Rasmussen said he would not outline a
> timeline for when Nato forces might start to withdraw, or which provinces
> they would exit first.
> Delegates had been expected to press Karzai to accelerate and improve the
> training of the Afghan army and police, to facilitate the withdrawal of
> thousands of Nato troops serving in the country.
> Projects and programmes
> Karzai also asked international donors to give his government more control
> over billions of dollars in aid. More than three-quarters of Afghan aid
> money is spent by NGOs and other organisations, not by the Afghan
> government.
> The Afghan government wants 50 per cent of aid to be channeled through
> ministries in the next two years.
> Nato secretary-general Anders Fogh Rasmussen talks to Al Jazeera's James
> Bays
> "Delivering our resources through hundreds of isolated projects will not
> achieve the desired results," Karzai said. "It is time to concentrate our
> efforts on a limited number of projects and programmes."
> Also high on the agenda at the conference was Karzai's plan to offer jobs
> and cash to Taliban members in exchange for them laying down their weapons.
> That plan was endorsed at the last major conference on Afghanistan, held in
> London in January.
> Clinton said the United States has seen "positive steps" from Karzai's
> outreach to insurgents.
> Omar Zakhilwal, the Afghan finance minister, presented a list of "national
> priority programmes," which will be the focus for international aid efforts.
> He pledged to create 300,000 new jobs over three years through agricultural
> programmes; to expand women's access to education; and to create
> infrastructure to tap into Afghanistan's billions of dollars in mineral
> wealth.
> "We are expecting your full support and alignment," Zakhilwal said.
> 'Concrete steps'
> Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations secretary-general, has called for the
> Afghan president to unveil "concrete" steps to improve governance and
> promote national reconciliation.
> Kabul conference cheat sheet: A recap
> Focus: Afghanistan's paths to peace
> Focus: Nine years, nine conferences
> Video: Afghan war tops US-UK talks
> "We expect President Karzai and his government would come up with a
> concrete action plan... about the way to enhance good governance, promote
> further reconciliation and also how he can improve the security situation in
> his country," Ban told the AFP news agency.
> Karzai said the Afghan government currently has enough aid funding for the
> next three years. And Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, promised a
> lengthy international commitment to rebuilding Afghanistan.
> "We have no intention of abandoning our long-term vision," Clinton said.
> "Too many nations... have suffered too many losses to let this country slide
> backwards."
> Clinton arrived in the Afghan capital late on Monday, following a visit to
> neighbouring Pakistan. On that leg of the trip, Clinton announced the first
> part of a $7.5bn aid package for the country, including funds for energy and
> water projects.

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