Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Today (Sunday, DEC 3), the press office of the Prime Minister published a newsletter saying that Maulavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, the administrative deputy of Prime Minister, met with the officials and members of the committee to create facilities for migrant businessmen and industrialists of the High Commission.
In this meeting, Nooruddin Azizi, the Acting Minister of Industry and Trade and the head of the committee to create facilities for businessmen and industrialists of the High Commission to deal with the problems of immigrants and the members of the mentioned committee presented information about the activities and functions of this committee to the office of the administrative deputy of Prime Minister.
They said that the members of this committee do their best to create facilities for Afghan migrant businessmen and industrialists abroad in a regular manner and in coordination with other committees so that businessmen and investors are encouraged to invest in Afghanistan.
Nooruddin Azizi added that this committee aims to create industrial parks and distribute land for returning businessmen and investors, and has also considered tax exemptions and incentives to encourage them.
On the other hand, Abdul Salam Hanafi, the administrative deputy of Prime Minister, after listening to the report of the committee to create facilities for migrant businessmen and craftsmen, said: it is necessary for the members of the mentioned committee to do their best to solve the problems of the returning compatriots, especially businessmen and craftsmen.
The Administrative Deputy of Prime Minister added that the leadership of the Islamic Emirate is trying to provide all kinds of facilities for businessmen and investors and called on all Afghan businessmen and investors living abroad to invest in Afghanistan and contribute to the country's progress and development.
It should be noted that the High Commission for Handling Migrants was established after Pakistan started mass deportation of Afghan immigrants from that country.