The London Conference on Afghanistan, involving delegates from more than 50 nations, began on Thursday that hosted by the British Prime Minister David Cameron as foreign troops leaving Afghanistan by 31 December.
President Ashraf Ghani and the chief of executive officer Abdullah Abdullah will seek to build bridges with the West in London conference.
After Tokyo’s summit, London conference is one of the big summits for Afghanistan up to the next 10 years.
Aid agencies in Afghanistan are urging the international community to make long-term financial commitments in London conference.
A number of Afghan analysts believe that Afghanistan government should build capacity for international aids that has promised in London conference.
According to one of the Afghanistan parliament members, Afghanistan government should fight against corruption and provide security that London’s conference commitments to be practical.
This comes as Afghanistan new government has promised that Afghanistan will do more effort to fight against corruption.