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Work on construction projects kicked off in Nangarhar

JALALABAD: Work on construction projects worth 51.5 million Afghani (some 723,453 U.S. dollars) in an official ceremony, started in Kabul Customs Camp area of the country’s eastern prov ince of Nangarhar, the Ministry of Finance said in a statement Tuesday. The ceremony was attended by a number of government highranking officials including Mullah Abdul Qahir Idris, Deputy Minister of Customs and Revenue of the Ministry of Finance and the Chief of Customs Alhaj Mufti Abdul Matin Saeed, the statement said. Addressing the ceremony, Mullah Idris said that the construction projects including 6,700 meters of boundary wall and 7 towers of Kabul Camp Customs, will be completed within the next ten months, according to the statement. “The projects will be funded from the development budgets of the ministry and similar development projects will be implemented in other customs offices of the country, in order to increase trade in the country and create more convenience for traders,” the statement quoted Mullah Idris as saying. Also, he asked the contractor company to seriously consider the contents and conditions of the contract in the implementation of the project and to complete the work in a standard manner within the specified period. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.