Panel urges "signature" project in Afghanistan

Kondro, Wayne
February 2008
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;2/26/2008, Vol. 178 Issue 5, p539
Academic Journal
The focuses on the assistance offered to Afghanistan by the political panels in Canada. It notes that the 5-member, blue-ribbon panel which is headed by John Manley, the former Liberal cabinet minister, recommends that the Canadian military stay in Afghanistan beyond the deadline of February 2009 with the condition of the addition of equipment and more support from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). It also reports that the Canadian panel has also urged the revisions in the Canadian reconstruction aid and proposed the adoption of Mirwais Hospital in Khandahar.


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