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98 standards finalized, 1 billion Afghanis collected in revenue, National Standards Department

KABUL: As many as 98 standards have been implemented in various sectors and some one billion Afghanis have been collected as revenue over the past one year, a statement said the other day.
The officials of the National Standards Department in the press conference that was held at the Government Information and Media Center about the accountability program of the government to the nation and the performances made last year, provided information about the finalization of 98 standards of different departments and reactivation of the laboratories of petroleum and construction materials.
Also, issues relating to the collection of about one billion Afghanis in revenue, starting the process of issuing quality certificates, participating in the programs of international standard organizations and arranging the strategic plan of major achievements in the last year, were discussed in the media conference.
Mufti Mohammad Hamed, Deputy of the National Standards Department, said in the press conference that they have a total of 771 standards in 13 sectors, and according to the plan, in the last one year, 98 standards in the sectors of quality management system, food and agricultural products and decorative materials, construction, petroleum, textile etc. has been finalized by the department and was ready to be approved by the Supreme Council of Standards.
The laboratory for petroleum and construction materials has been reactivated at the ground ports of Hairatan, Islam Qala, Turghandi, Nimruz, Farah, Aqina and Jalalabad provinces, where 48,602 tankers of petroleum materials and 7,599 shipments of construction materials have been supplied and the quality has been kept stabilized, according to the official.
An amount of 3,570 kilograms of low-quality materials has also been thrown away and destroyed. Also 916, 557, 377 Afghanis of revenue has been collected and added to the government’s account over the last one year.
Qarizada and Kohistani

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.