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G8 Camp David Summit:
Projected Discussions and Outcomes
John Kirton and Ashley Lefler, G8 Research Group
May 19, 2012
See also Schedule and Agenda
Below are key components of the discussions and probable outcomes of the session on Afghanistan on Saturday, May 19, 2012, at the Camp David Summit.
- Sustaining Afghanistan’s Economic Development Amidst Transition
- How Afghanistan will come out of its war economy into a civilian economy
- Afghanistan needs from the international community to create and sustain its civilian economy
- How much financial assistance and other measures each G8 country will pledge to support Afghanistan’s economic development during the transformation decade
- Plans and prospects for the broad Afghanistan pledging conference in Tokyo in July
- To leave Afghanistan with a degree of stability based on economic development, whereby international security and G8 interests are not threatened
- Adopt a comprehensive approach to ensure a solid political transition in Afghanistan
- Continue financially supporting the development and expansion of Afghanistan’s economic development and political process
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