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EEAS statement on Afghanistan (31 January 2021)

EEAS local statement on continuation of assassinations, kidnappings and destruction of vital infrastructure.

2020 Afghanistan Conference-Peace, Prosperity and Self-Reliance (23-24 November 2020)

On 23 and 24 November 2020, the United Nations, Afghanistan and Finland hosted the 2020 Ministerial Afghanistan Conference. This was an opportunity for the international community donors to reaffirm their continuous support and determination to promote a peaceful, democratic, sovereign and prosperous Afghanistan, deserved and long awaited by its people.

Ahead of the Conference, the EU and its Member States, together with key international donors to Afghanistan, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Japan and Norway, together representing about 80% of all official aid to Afghanistan, have jointly and unanimously adopted political and governance conditions on which will be anchored the future international political and financial support to Afghanistan. These conditions are outlined in the document entitled "Key Elements for Sustained International Support to Peace and Development in Afghanistan" see below. These elements have been shared with both Delegations of the intra-Afghan negotiations at the beginning of November 2020.

The EU and its international partners are committed to give a positive impetus to the peace process and express their solidarity towards the Afghan people and to the Republic through their pledge of financial support within certain systems of governance.

The renewed support will aim to promote an inclusive Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process that builds on political and social achievements of the last 19 years, and leads to a sustainable peace in Afghanistan, opening the way to development and prosperity in the country and beyond.

EEAS Factsheet on EU-Afghanistan relations (20 November 2020)

The EU's relationship with Afghanistan is guided by the 2017 EU Strategy for Afghanistan, aimed at strengthening the country's institutions and economy. The 2017 Cooperation Agreement provides the basis for developing a mutually beneficial relationship in several areas such as: human rights, the rule of law, health, rural development, education, science and technology, the fight against terrorism, organised crime and narcotics. Most recently, EU27 have given further steer in the May 2020 Conclusions of the EU's Foreign Affairs Council.

Statement by EEAS Spokesperson on attack against Kabul University (2 November 2020)

Statement by the EEAS Spokesperson on the attack against Kabul University.

Statement by the High Representative on terrorist attack in Kabul (9 September 2020)

Statement by the High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell on the terrorist attack in Kabul.

Council conclusions on the Afghanistan peace process (28 May 2020)

The Council approved via written procedure on 28 May 2020 conclusions reaffirming the EU's political commitment to support the people of Afghanistan on their path towards peace, security, stability, democracy, prosperity and self-reliance. The EU will condition its future political and financial support to ensure that the republican, democratic and values-based principles are protected and further promoted. The conclusions also reiterate the EU's support for a negotiated political settlement leading to lasting peace and reconciliation, which must build on the democratic and human rights achievements of the past 19 years.

EU Delegation to Afghanistan and EU projects

The EU has a long-term commitment to support the people of Afghanistan on their path towards peace, security and prosperity. Together, EU and Afghanistan work on a forward-looking agenda for peace, stability and sustainable development. The EU also supports political and economic cooperation between Afghanistan and neighbouring countries to develop sustainable connectivity in the wider region.

US-Afghanistan Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan (29 February 2020)

Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan between the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan which is not recognized by the United States as a state and is known as the Taliban and the United States of America was signed on 29 February 2020.

Declaration by the High Representative on Afghanistan (29 February 2020)

Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the EU on current political developments in Afghanistan and the prospects for peace.

Main results of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) (15-16 December 2019)

The 14th Asia and Europe foreign ministers' meeting on 15-16 December 2019 in Madrid brought together foreign affairs ministers from European and Asian countries, under the theme "Asia and Europe: together for effective multilateralism". The meeting was chaired by the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell. Foreign ministers exchanged views on how to strengthen cooperation on a wide range of areas, focusing on these central themes: global issues, regional issues, security challenges and sustainable connectivity.

Ministers agreed on a Chair's statement on the meeting where they, among others, reiterated their commitment to long-term peace and stability in Afghanistan and the need for the cessation of violence and the effective fight against terrorism, as well as the need for the peace process to be Afghan-led, Afghan-owned and inclusive. Ministers called for a meaningful contribution to the peace process by all international and regional stakeholders.

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