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Hundreds of acres of state-land reclaimed in Kabul, ministry

KABUL: Following the resting back of the state-usurped land from the usurpers, 325 acres of state land has been reclaimed in Kabul province, the Ministry of Finance said in a statement Sunday. KABUL: To increase ties with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), Nicaragua has appointed an ambassador to Afghanistan, Radio Television of Afghanistan reported citing Nicaragua’s pro-government news outlet El 19 Digital. Michael Campbell, currentIEA welcomes Nicaragua’s announcement of new ambassador to Afghanistan ly Nicaragua’s ambassador to China, will take on the additional role from his office in Beijing, TV said. “We thank the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, that people, that government, for the blessing they have given to our comrade Michael Campbell,” Nicaraguan Vice President Rosario Murillo said as quoted by the TV. China and some world countries also have an ambassador to Afghanistan and making efforts to strengthen their relations with the Islamic Emirate in various spheres. The land which had been usurped by some powerful individuals in front of Nasaji factory in Bagrami district of the province, has been recovered by the General Directorate of State Properties of the ministry, the statement said, adding that public projects are supposed to be implemented in the reclaimed land. Earlier, the Islamic Emirate formed a commission consisting of various government agencies to prevent state land grabbing and wrest back usurped lands. This is to be noted that after the resumption of power by the Islamic Emirate, tens of thousands of acres of state land have so far been identified and most of them reclaimed in various provinces of the country and the process was underway to reclaim the rest of state usurped land in the provinces, a move which has been welcomed by the people. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.