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Afghan first home-made car showcased at Qatar International Motor Exhibition

Afghanistan, a country often associated with decades of conflict and turmoil, is now making headlines for a different reason. At the International Geneva Car Exhibition in Doha, Qatar, the world bore witness to a significant milestone in Afghanistan’s automotive industry as the first Afghan-made vehicle, Simurgh, took center stage. The showcasing of Simurgh, a compact SUV, is a testament to Afghanistan’s efforts to boost its domestic automotive industry and reduce dependency on imported vehicles. Simurgh, which has been designed and manufactured by Afghan engineers and technicians, is a beacon of hope for Afghanistan’s burgeoning automotive industry. The compact SUV, with its modern design and advanced technology, showcases Afghanistan’s potential in the automotive industry and the country’s progress in manufacturing its own vehicles. The production of Simurgh is a significant milestone for the country, as it signals a move towards self-reliance and the creation of more job opportunities within the automotive sector. The unveiling of Simurgh at the International Geneva Car Exhibition in Doha, Qatar highlights the global recognition of Afghanistan’s potential in the automotive industry. The event, which attracts automakers from around the globe, provided an ideal platform for Afghanistan to display its manufacturing prowess to the world. The international exhibition served as a testament to the country’s commitment to progress and self-reliance. Alongside Simurgh, another Afghan-made vehicle, the Mada 9, was also unveiled in Kabul. The Mada 9, a high-speed sports car, is a product of the creative talent and innovative spirit within Afghanistan. Although not yet available for sale, its creators are hopeful that the finished product will be presented at an expo in Qatar. These advancements in the automotive industry not only boost the country’s image but also contribute to Afghanistan’s self-reliance. The introduction of domestically produced vehicles like Simurgh and Mada 9 could have farreaching effects on Afghanistan’s economy and job market. As the country continues to develop its domestic automotive industry, it could reduce dependence on imported vehicles, thereby saving foreign exchange. Furthermore, the production of locally made vehicles could lead to the creation of more job opportunities in the manufacturing sector, contributing to the overall growth of the economy. Mukhtar Safi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.