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Cabinet discusses key issues on agenda

KABUL: Chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the cabinet held session the other day, the Presidential Palace said in a statement.
At the outset, congratulating successful holding of Geneva conference to the cabinet members and Afghan nation, the president called the conference another success of the national unity government in economy, social and political arenas, the statement further said. Considering the country’s climate situation, the president tasked the relevant organs to adopt necessary measures on drought and floods prevention and arrange as well as apply an exclusive plan in term of climate changes’ management, the statement added.
According to the agenda, deputy minister of finance on financial affairs presented his ministry’s report on development projects of the ministries and government administrations.
Likewise, he presented information about revenues collection and said until Qaus 13 of current solar year, 179 billion Afghani revenues have been collected, an amount which has been higher than the determined goal, after which the cabinet approved it.
Afterwards, the minister of higher education presented the joint alternative draft of the ministries of higher education and education on implementation mechanism and responsibility to manage university entrance examination preparations plan.
After approving the mentioned draft, the cabinet tasked the ministries of higher education and education to further focus on quality and standardization and complete the process in two upcoming years.
Furthermore, the minister of public health presented a draft on establishing Afghanistan’s health care accreditation national administration, after which the cabinet approved it.
Acting minister of information and culture presented a report on design contract of national museum’s new building with the first and second winner companies.
The cabinet tasked the ministry of information and culture to present the mentioned proposal to the National Procurement Commission (NPC) to be thoroughly reviewed.
At the end, four international treaties were presented by deputy minister of foreign affairs on administration and resources affairs that were approved by the cabinet.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.