The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Economic commission holds meeting

KABUL: The extraordinary meeting of the Economic Commission of the Islamic Emirate was held at Marmarin Palace with Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar Akhand on the chair, a statement from the palace said Monday.
The meeting discussed issues on agenda and resolved that the Deputy PM for Economic Affairs Office in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance and other related institutions should discuss the funding ways for the completion of Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat’s proposed projects.
The projects included supplying 500 Kilovolt electricity from Sheberghan district to Dasht-e-Alwan and Arghandi Kabul as well as establishment of substations in Dasht-e-Alwan and Arghandi districts.
The outcome should be presented to the Deputy PM for Economic Affairs within ten days in order to facilitate the prompt execution of the project with a view to its completion before the start of the next winter.
Additionally, a committee comprising the Ministries of Economy, Urban Development, Information and Culture, the National Development Corporation, Kabul Municipality and the Office of the Deputy PM for Economic Affairs was established to modify the principles of urban design in the first zone of Kabul city and the committee should present its report to the Economic Commission office.
Furthermore, a committee led by the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock with representatives from the ministries of Water and Energy and Industry and Commerce was formed to evaluate the aspects of the case relating to 1000 acres of arid land in Imam Sahib District of Kunduz province.
The committee members will visit the area and collect the demands of the people and share their suggestion with the Economic Commission regarding renting of the land and the duration of the contract, according to the statement. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.