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.  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.  The Enduring Strategic Partnership Agreement between Afghanistan and the United States sets the framework for a future U.S. role in Afghanistan, including assistance and governance, and covers social and economic development, institution-building, regional cooperation, and security.  U.S. assistance in support of Afghan economic development, health programs, education, and social initiatives are part of the agreement.
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