The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

IEA wants equal development in country

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) wants equal development in the country and it has plan to implement the semi-constructed projects countrywide.
The Islamic Emirate will start the practical construction work of the semi-constructed projects that had been stopped in the previous government.
Currently, Kabul Municipality has started practical work on a number of development projects in different districts of the capital of Kabul including road and sidewalks projects, intersections, bridges projects and culverts projects, and the practical construction work of the projects are underway.
Meanwhile, work on a number of the construction projects is underway in the provinces of the country, such as construction work on Qush Tepa canal, which covers Kaldar and Dawlatabd districts of Balkh province, Aqcha and Qarqin districts of Jawzjan and four districts in Faryab Province.
With the completion of its work Afghanistan will become self-sufficient in terms of wheat production.
Some members of the private sector who have invested in the production of construction materials in the country call on the Kabul Municipality to increase the use of domestic products in construction projects so that domestic products and manufacturers to find a market.
One of the Kaldar district residents said: “With the construction of the Qush Tepa lots our rain-fed lands will become agricultural and will be prevented from the destruction of Amu Darya River, where wide areas of agricultural lands, gardens, mosques and schools sustained heavy damage in this province.”
The northern neighboring countries have constructed retaining walls across the river which has caused that the Amu River to enter more than 25 kilometers into Afghanistan territory and has destroyed lots of agricultural lands and peoples’ houses.
It is to be noted, the cabinet of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has sent a delegation headed by the Acting Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and livestock consisting of a number of representatives from the Ministries of Water and Energy, Mines and Petroleum and Border and Tribal Affairs and the Ministry of Finance to inspect the vulnerable and eroded areas of the river.
After the close inspection of the delegation from the river, the decision has been made to start the construction work of retaining walls across the river.
The development projects will be transparently implemented by the IEA countrywide
Mohammad Daud

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.