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Exhibition for Domestic Products Held in Herat

A domestic products exhibition titled "Aalyst, Afghanist" has been held in Herat with the participation of entrepreneurs from eight provinces of the country.

Domestic products are displayed in 120 booths, divided into separate sections for men and women, for three days.

Farid Ahmad Naderi, the organizer of the exhibition, said: "We have craftsmen from Mazar-e-Sharif, Kandahar, Nangarhar, Daikundi, Badghis, Farah, Herat, and Kabul in various fields. This is a public exhibition."

Among the 120 booths, 60 are dedicated to handmade crafts and products by women entrepreneurs. Some of these women entrepreneurs cite the lack of a sales market as one of their main challenges.

Hafiza Mahmoodi, head of the women's section of the exhibition, said: "The sole purpose is to showcase domestic products to our people so they become aware that we also have productions in our country."

Fatima Sarwari, a booth owner, said: "Previously, the market was much more active, but given the current economic conditions, people are not buying as much."

Some entrepreneurs at the exhibition say that the reduction in exports of domestic products abroad remains a serious challenge. They believe that holding such exhibitions is effective in introducing and selling Afghan goods.

Abdulhaq Omrani, a booth owner, said: "As domestic products grow, the Afghan society will see an increase in economic growth accordingly."

Shahnawaz Madad, another booth owner, said: "Afghan domestic products need exhibitions, and the Islamic Emirate should facilitate this."

This exhibition is open to the public for three days. According to the organizers, similar exhibitions are planned to be held in more provinces across the country.

Exhibition for Domestic Products Held in Herat

Domestic products are displayed in 120 booths, divided into separate sections for men and women, for three days.

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A domestic products exhibition titled "Aalyst, Afghanist" has been held in Herat with the participation of entrepreneurs from eight provinces of the country.

Domestic products are displayed in 120 booths, divided into separate sections for men and women, for three days.

Farid Ahmad Naderi, the organizer of the exhibition, said: "We have craftsmen from Mazar-e-Sharif, Kandahar, Nangarhar, Daikundi, Badghis, Farah, Herat, and Kabul in various fields. This is a public exhibition."

Among the 120 booths, 60 are dedicated to handmade crafts and products by women entrepreneurs. Some of these women entrepreneurs cite the lack of a sales market as one of their main challenges.

Hafiza Mahmoodi, head of the women's section of the exhibition, said: "The sole purpose is to showcase domestic products to our people so they become aware that we also have productions in our country."

Fatima Sarwari, a booth owner, said: "Previously, the market was much more active, but given the current economic conditions, people are not buying as much."

Some entrepreneurs at the exhibition say that the reduction in exports of domestic products abroad remains a serious challenge. They believe that holding such exhibitions is effective in introducing and selling Afghan goods.

Abdulhaq Omrani, a booth owner, said: "As domestic products grow, the Afghan society will see an increase in economic growth accordingly."

Shahnawaz Madad, another booth owner, said: "Afghan domestic products need exhibitions, and the Islamic Emirate should facilitate this."

This exhibition is open to the public for three days. According to the organizers, similar exhibitions are planned to be held in more provinces across the country.

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