Afghanistan: UN Special Representative Addresses Priorities (CEIP)

Progress in Afghanistan requires more focused coordination by the international community and increased civilian/military cooperation to meet political goals, said Ambassador Kai Eide, the new UN Special Representative in Afghanistan and head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, at Carnegie on April 28, 2008. Eide discussed how other nations can work together to address the ongoing threats to stability in Afghanistan, such as mitigating the food price crisis, promoting more effective aid, and supporting national reconciliation efforts.

Afghanistan: UN Special Representative Addresses Priorities (CEIP)

Transcript CEIP Discussion: Afghanistan: A New Start?

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