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Mullah Beradar opens 3 development projects in Kabul

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar, in an official ceremony inaugurated 3 development projects worth 1 billion Afghani (some 13.8 million U.S. dollars) in the capital Kabul, his office said in a statement Saturday. The ceremony was attended by a number of high-ranking government officials, the statement said. The projects include the second lane of Kotal-e-Khairkhana Road, the first part of the road extending from Shahid crossroads to Qasabah and the road from the Airport square to the Customs, the statement said, adding the projects’ budgets are paid by the Kabul municipality. Addressing the ceremony Mullah Beradar said the Kabul Municipality has been making efforts to beautify the Kabul city and construct and reconstruct roads in the city and asked the Kabul citizens to contribute with the relevant organs in the maintenance of the public projects, according to the statement. “The efforts and plans of the Kabul Municipality have caused in the beautification and regulation of the city,” the statement quoted Mullah Beradar as saying. The deputy PM asked the officials of Kabul Municipality to complete the projects on time and with good quality. The second lane of Kotal-eKhairkhana road with a length of more than 2.5 kilometers and a width of 60 meters, will be constructed at a cost of 364 million Afghani within 20 months, Chaharahi Shahid to Qasaba road with a length of 1.9 kilometers and width of 45 meters, will be implemented at a cost of 175 million Afghani within 12 months and road project from the Kabul Airport square to customs road with a length of 2.8 kilometers and width of 60 meters will be constructed at a cost of 407 million Afghani within 20 months, the statement added. The projects include drainages, sidewalks, flowerpots, bus stations, road markings, installation of traffic signs, and other parts of a standard road. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.