Security And Defense Cooperation Agreement Afghanistan

According to several estimates, the United States plans to maintain a force of more than 10,000 troops in Afghanistan after 2014. The draft agreement allowing indefinite U.S. Karzai declared on November 21, 2013 that it would last 10 years. [79] The agreement also contains an opinion on the continued funding of the Afghan security forces by the U.S. government, which manages these contributions through the Kabul-based government. [76] The Enduring Strategic Partnership Agreement between Afghanistan and the United States[1][26] sets the framework for a future U.S. role in Afghanistan, including assistance and governance,[24] and covers social and economic development, institution-building, regional cooperation, and security. [13] U.S. assistance in support of Afghan economic development, health programs, education, and social initiatives are part of the agreement.