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Bonn Conference

After Operation Enduring Freedom in which the Taliban government was toppled in Afghanistan, in December 2001, the German city of Bonn hosted a conference of Afghan leaders at Hotel Petersberg, to choose the leader of an Afghan Interim Authority – widely known as the Bonn Conference.[1] The Conference chose Hamid Karzai, who was subsequently elected President in 2004. Karzai subsequently appointed many of the anti-Taliban allies and regional leaders to senior posts within the interim government, or to senior posts in the Provincial governments.

Signatories to the Bonn Conference

Signatoriies to the Bonn Conference
signatory appointment notes
Ms. Amena Afzali
Mr. S. Hussain Anwari
Mr. Hedayat Amin Arsala Vice President 2001–2004
Mr. Sayed Hamed Gailani
Mr. Rahmatullah Mousa Ghazi
Engineer Abdul Hakim Ministry of Communications (Afghanistan) 2001–2002 Tajik ethnic group.
Mr. Houmayoun Jareer
Mr. Abbas Karimi
Mr. Mustafa Kazimi
Dr. Azizullah Ludin
Mr. Ahmad Wali Massoud
Mr. Hafizullah Asif Mohseni
Prof. Mohammad Ishaq Nadiri
Mr. Mohammad Natiqi
Mr. Aref Noorzay
Mr. Yunus Qanuni Interior Minister
  • A member of Afghanistan's Tajik ethnic group.
  • Currently Speaker of the lower house of Afghanistan's National Assembly.
Dr. Zalmai Rassoul
Mr. Mirwais Sadiq
Dr. Mohammad Jalil Shams
Professor Abdul Sattar Sirat
Mr. Humayun Tandar
Mrs. Sima Wali
General Abdul Rahim Wardak Deputy Minister of Defense

Minister of Defense following the election of 2004 until 2012.

Mr. Azizullah Wasefi
Mr. Pacha Khan Zadran Governor of Paktia
  • Fought with other regional militia leaders, replaced in early 2002.
  • Became a wanted man in 2003.
  • Currently a member of the National Assembly.
Mr. Lakhdar Brahimi

Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan

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