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Sir Nicholas Kay arrives as the new NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan

Sir Nicholas has arrived in Kabul to take up his role as the NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan.
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UK Ambassador Sir Nicholas Kay appointed as new NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced on Wednesday (5 December 2018) that he has appointed Sir Nicholas Kay of the United Kingdom as the next NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan. Mr. Stoltenberg made the announcement following a meeting of Foreign Ministers on the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission.
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NATO congratulates Ghani and Abdullah on inauguration day

Ambassador Maurits Jochems, NATO’s Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan, attended the swearing of Dr. Ashraf Ghani as President of Afghanistan at a ceremony held today [Monday, 29 September] in Kabul. The event also saw the appointment of presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah as Chief Executive Officer of the National Unity Government, as agreed by the two candidates on 21 September.
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Turkish Ambassador named next NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has appointed Ambassador Ismail Aramaz as the next NATO Senior Civilian Representative (SCR) in Afghanistan. He is expected to take up his new post early next year.
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NATO Senior Civilian Representative discusses approach in Afghanistan

Ambassador Mark Sedwill, NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan, addressed the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London on 12 May on current security, governance and development dynamics in Afghanistan and the region.
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New NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan

The NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ambassador Fernando Gentilini of Italy to the position of NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan. Mr. Gentilini will be responsible for carrying forward the political-military aspects of the Alliance’s assistance to the Afghan Government.
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Senior NATO official and civil emergency planning team visit Georgia

The NATO Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia Mr. Robert Simmons visited Georgia between 20 and 23 August. The visit followed the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Brussels on 19 August, which met to discuss the crisis in Georgia.
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Provincial Reconstruction Teams look at way forward in Afghanistan

At the 2010 Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) Conference held in Kabul on the 16 and 17 March, NATO’s Senior Civilian Representative, Ambassador Mark Sedwill, stressed PRTs’ role in promoting reconstruction, development and good governance throughout Afghanistan; a role that will be key to the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) strategy over the next 18 months.
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New NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan - Appointment of Ambassador Daan W. Everts and departure of Minister Hikmet Çetin

The NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ambassador Daan Everts of the Netherlands to the position of NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan.
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Afghans lead civil assistance in Helmand Province

On 9 February, Ambassador Mark Sedwill, NATO’s Senior Civilian Representative (SCR) in Afghanistan, met with the Governor of Afghanistan’s Helmand Province, Mohammad Gulab Mangal, and members of the media today to show NATO’s support for the Afghan-led civil assistance effort in the Marjah region of Central Helmand, where joint military operations are planned.

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