Afghan Peace Process to be Revived, Says EU Foreign Policy Chief
Efforts are to be made to revive Afghanistan's stalled peace process following nearly four decades of conflict, the EU's Foreign Policy Chief says, Euronews reports.
Up to 90 countries and organisations attended talks in Brussels aimed at raising some 3.6 billion euros per year to help fund the country through to 2020. Meanwhile, regional powers agreed to try to work towards peace and reconciliation.
"So the main objective of today's conference is that we commit to support Afghanistan at or near the current levels until 2020," said Foreign Policy Chief, Federica Mogherini.
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