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Canada's Engagement in Afghanistan - Quarterly Report to Parliament for the Period of October 1 to December 31, 2010
PDF version of the report
News Release dated June 15, 2011
Table of Contents
II. The Quarterly Context
III. Canadian Priorities: Reporting Progress
Priority 1: Enable the Afghan National Security Forces in Kandahar to sustain a more secure environment and promote law and order.
Priority 2. Strengthen Afghan institutional capacity to deliver core services and promote economic growth, enhancing the confidence of Kandaharis in their government.
Priority 3. Provide humanitarian assistance for extremely vulnerable people, including refugees, returnees and internally displaced persons.
Priority 4. Enhance border security, with facilitation of bilateral dialogue between Afghan and Pakistani authorities.
Priority 5. Help advance Afghanistan's capacity for democratic governance by contributing to effective, accountable public institutions and electoral processes.
Priority 6. Facilitate Afghan-led efforts toward political reconciliation.
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Canada's engagement in Afghanistan - quarterly report to Parliament for the period of
October 1 to December 31, 2010
Text in English and French on inverted pages.
Title on added t.p.: L'engagement du Canada en Afghanistan - rapport trimestriel au Parlement pour la période du 1er octobre au 31 décembre 2010
Available also on the Internet.
1. Afghan War, 2001- —Participation, Canadian. 2. Canada—Foreign
relations—Afghanistan. 3. Canada—Canadian Forces—Afghanistan.
4. Canada—Military policy. I. Canada. Privy Council Office. II. Title. L'engagement du Canada en Afghanistan - rapport trimestriel au Parlement pour la période du 1er octobre
au 31 décembre 2010
DS371.412.S47 958.104'7 C2008-980202-0E
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