A spring exhibition was held on the first day of the 1402 ‘solar’ year at the Darul Aman Palace in Kabul.
The organizer of the exhibition said that more than 250 traders participated in the exhibition and the purpose of this exhibition is to support domestic products.
Officials of the government who participated in the exhibition said that the government will provide more facilities to traders for their investment.
“Domestic consumption and domestic production are at the top of the government's agenda, and it’s a positive step for progress in Afghanistan,” said Abdul Latif Nazari, Deputy Minister of Economy.
“In the country's zones, we will create export centers and we will display every zone's export.” Said Quadrat Ullah Jamal, deputy of the Industry and Commerce Ministry.
“Afghanistan's products are the pride of Afghans,” said Mohammad Khalid, Kabul's governor.
Some participants said that holding such exhibitions are beneficial in marketing domestic products.
“We hope that holding such a national and international exhibition for men and women will bring progress in our work and allow us to meet big companies and sign contracrs,” said Benifsha Zafari, a trader.
In the past month, several domestic products exhibitions were held inside and outside Afghanistan, and the purpose of these exhibitions is to support domestic producers and the marketing of domestic products.