BONN CONFERENCE

  • Terror from outside a threat to Afghan: Krishna December 6, 2011

    New Delhi: In a veiled reference to Pakistan, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna said that terrorism emanating from outside Afghanistan borders posed potent threat to many countries. These statements coming in the context of the ongoing summit in Bonn to discuss the future of Afghanistan. Indian Foreign Minister made the statement...
  • India backs Afghanled peace process: Krishna December 5, 2011

    Bonn: As global talks kickoff in Bonn to chart the future course for Afghanistan, India on Monday said it would 'fully' support an Afghanistanled and owned peace process. External Affairs Minister SM Krishna arrived in Bonn for the conference attended by Foreign Ministers of 64 nations and senior officials from...
  • Pakistan not attending Bonn meet regrettable: Ban December 5, 2011

    United Nations: UN chief Ban Kimoon has termed as "regrettable" Pakistan's decision to boycott the Bonn conference on Afghanistan and said that its participation was required as the country has a role to play in its wartorn neighbour's peace and stability. Ban is in Germany for the international conference, where he...
  • Bonn conference on Afghanistan opens today December 5, 2011

    New Delhi: The Bonn Conference on Afghanistan opens on Monday with 90 delegations and nearly 1000 participants in attendance. The focus is squarely on security, reconciliation and long term help for Afghanistan. However, Pakistan's decision to boycott after the NATO airstrike on its army camps means there's no voice for the...
  • US asks Pakistan to attend the Bonn conference November 30, 2011

    Washington: The White House has asked Pakistan to attend the crucial international meet on Afghanistan in Bonn early next month. Pakistan had on Tuesday announced not to participate in the conference in Bonn in Germany in protest against the killing of its 24 soldiers by NATO forces in a crossborder fire...