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Top-tier banking services should be provided to citizens, Mullah Beradar

KABUL: Presided over by Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar Akhund, the second meeting of the leadership of the Supreme Council of the DAB, along with the Financial Stability Committee and the shareholders of all licensed banks, was held, discussing issues on agenda. The meeting was attended by several high-ranking government officials and bank shareholders’ representatives, the deputy PM office for economic affairs said in a statement Sunday. Mullah Beradar highlighted the pivotal role of the banking sector in the nation’s reconstruction and emphasized the importance of delivering top-tier banking services to citizens for sectorial and national development, according to the statement. He acknowledged ongoing challenges, such as liquidity issues in some banks, urging collective action from bank shareholders and the Financial Stability Committee to resolve them. He reassured citizens of the Islamic Emirate’s commitment to addressing economic challenges, outlining measures like job creation, inflation control, responsible mineral exploitation, agricultural standardization, water resource management, and facilitating domestic and foreign investments. Stressing the necessity of cooperation from bank shareholders, national entrepreneurs, and investors in achieving these objectives, the Deputy PM asked bank shareholders to return to Afghanistan, emphasizing responsible management practices to bolster the banking sector and pledging to address their concerns within legal bounds. Mullah Beradar deemed the Financial Stability Committee’s role crucial and expressed hope that ongoing collaborative efforts would effectively address the country’s challenges, particularly those within the banking sector. Javed Husain

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.