An Iranian official has said that his country’s daily electricity export to Afghanistan is 190,000 kilowatts.
Pakistani and Afghan traders Saturday wrapped three-day talks in Islamabad, expressing concerns at the substantial decrease in bilateral trade due to tense relationship and obstacles in the implementation of transit trade agreements.
The armed Taliban group has announced support for the “Turkmenistan Afghanistan Pakistan India” (TAPI) gas pipeline project, the group said in a statement.
Afghanistan’s mining industry is extraordinary important for the country’s economy, setting up thousands of employments and contributing a broadly economic growth but mining can be immensely harmful if it is not regulated properly-as ran a vital range of abuses and disasters around the country.
The second women empowerment program in agricultural affairs has been held in Kabul at the Government Media and Information Center.
On February 10, 2018, the first meeting of the Uzbek-Afghan joint commission on security issues was held in Tashkent.
Today, the first meeting of the Joint Committee established under the EU – Afghanistan Cooperation Agreement on Partnership and Development (CAPD) was held in Brussels, according to a press release by the EU.
Representatives of Uzbekistan and Afghanistan discussed the issues of bilateral cooperation in the field of procurement and maintenance of auto parts.
Sweco has been commissioned to provide support and advice during the implementation of a series of infrastructure projects in northwest Afghanistan.
Pakistan has allowed the shipment of banned spare parts of Toyota vehicles, which had already reached its seaport, from Karachi to Kabul After United Nations Mission for Afghanistan approached for the issue.