In the opening ceremony of the extraction of 8 new oil wells in the Qashgari area of Sar-e-pul Province, the economic deputy of the Prime Minister says: We are determined to allocate the revenues from the oil from the Qashgari area of Sarpul Province in the reconstruction and construction of public places in this underprivileged province and water ...
The high-ranking delegation of the Islamic Emirate, headed by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, the economic deputy of the Prime Minister's Department, returned to Kabul on Friday night, November 10, after his six-day trip to the Islamic Republic of Iran. Mullah Baradar says that he returned to Kabul with a great achievement from this trip.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, Economic Deputy of the Prime Minister, during his official visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran, visited the technology and technical exhibition of this country in Tehran.
The economic commission regular meeting, chaired by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, after extensive deliberation, approved the proposed amendments to the Inter-ministerial Investment Committee’s procedures.
Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs, met with Turkish Commerce Minister and discussed trade, investment, regional connectivity and the development of economic cooperation between the two countries.
In a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, the economic deputy of the Ministry of the Islamic Emirate discussed various political, economic and regional issues. He also demanded good behavior of Turkish agents with Afghan immigrants.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Economic Deputy of the Prime Minister, at the opening of the construction of a large commercial-residential project that is going to be built by "Golbahar" Investment Foundation in Kabul, said that now Afghanistan is more ready for investment than ever before.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the economic deputy of the Ministry of the Islamic Emirate, said at the meeting "Commemoration of the third anniversary of the signing of the Doha Agreement" that the Americans not only do not interact with the current system in Afghanistan, but also do not allow the countries of the world to participate in the economic ...
The Economic Vice-Chancellor of the Prime Minister says that it has provided the security of TAPI and other national projects and that the Islamic Emirate considers the reconstruction of the country and the revival of the economic infrastructure as its responsibility.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs of the Islamic Emirate, in a meeting with scholars of the Arab world, stated that, unfortunately, the western media shows a negative image of Afghanistan, and asked them to show the correct picture of the real situation of Afghanistan to the Muslims of the world.
The Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs, in his meeting with the Acting Prime Minister of Uzbekistan, met with the National Security Advisor of Uzbekistan to emphasize the importance of completing almost all semi-final projects in the field of electricity and aviation.
The Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs of the Islamic Emirate at the opening of the international exhibition "New Spring" in Kabul, assured the security of craftsmen and traders and asked them to start their work.