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Cabinet meeting approves drug addicts’ treatment procedure, other issues

KABUL: Presided over by Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, the Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, (IEA) the cabinet meeting was held the other day.
Treatment of drug addicts, distribution of national ID cards for Afghans living abroad, determination of Zabul’s border with Paktika, Kandahar, and Ghazni, provinces the provision of safe clean water in the country, the extension of the fiber optic network, stopping of illegal immigrants and the approval of the last three-month budget of Kabul Municipality was discussed by the meeting members, according to a statement released by the Administrative Affairs of the Prime Minister Office.
The cabinet meeting, in order to provide health facilities, technical and vocational training and other facilities for drug addicts, a procedure containing four chapters and 14 articles was approved and the National Statistics and Information Administration was instructed to provide Afghan citizens living abroad with the ID cards.
Likewise, the cabinet meeting tasked the commission to resolve land disputes on the border of Zabul with Paktika, Kandahar and Ghazni provinces, in order to distribute and determine the boundaries, prepare and receive the solution and submit a report in this field to the next cabinet meeting for approval.
Meanwhile, Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, the Deputy Prime Minister, has been tasked to hold a meeting with eight relevant ministries and government organs in order to provide clean drinking water and share the result with the next cabinet meeting.
To conclude with, the infrastructure sharing policy related to the development of the optical fiber network was also approved and a committee headed by the Attorney General has been tasked to review the files of the travel-ban officials of the previous government under the Sharia law.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.