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Afghanistan Exports $145M Worth of Goods By Air Corridors in 1402

The Ministry of Industry and Commerce said that in 1402 (solar year), exports worth $145 million were transported via air corridors.

Akhundzada Abdul Salam Jawad, the spokesman of the ministry of Industry and Commerce, said that the most important export items through the air corridors include heng, saffron, dried fruits, fresh fruits, and carpets.

According to the spokesman, the most exports through the airfields were conducted to countries like India, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Iran, Uzbekistan, Germany, and Canada.

The spokesperson for the Ministry of Industry and Commerce said: "Afghanistan's exports through the country's airfield in the year 1402 amount to 247 tons worth $145 million, consisting of heng, dried and fresh fruits, precious and semi-precious stones, clothes, chickpeas, carpets, saffron, kitchenware, and goat and cow hides."

The Chamber of Commerce and Investment said exports through air corridors are important for economic growth and emphasized that the cost of transportation through air corridors should be reduced.

Tawakal Ahmadiyar, the head of the Chamber of Commerce and Investment, said: "Before, they would give us a subsidy so that we could learn a method that would make our productions recognized in the world and also make it cheaper for us."

A number of businessmen considered the resumption of flights by international aviation companies beneficial for increasing exports through airfields.

"Since international flights have resumed in Afghanistan, our request is that the Islamic Emirate provide us with a subsidy so that we can also export abroad," said Zalmay Azimi, a businessman.

Based on the information from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, in 1402 (solar year), exports worth $1.8 billion were conducted outside the country, part of which was through air corridors.

Afghanistan Exports $145M Worth of Goods By Air Corridors in 1402

A number of businessmen considered the resumption of flights by international aviation companies beneficial for increasing exports through airfields.

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The Ministry of Industry and Commerce said that in 1402 (solar year), exports worth $145 million were transported via air corridors.

Akhundzada Abdul Salam Jawad, the spokesman of the ministry of Industry and Commerce, said that the most important export items through the air corridors include heng, saffron, dried fruits, fresh fruits, and carpets.

According to the spokesman, the most exports through the airfields were conducted to countries like India, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Iran, Uzbekistan, Germany, and Canada.

The spokesperson for the Ministry of Industry and Commerce said: "Afghanistan's exports through the country's airfield in the year 1402 amount to 247 tons worth $145 million, consisting of heng, dried and fresh fruits, precious and semi-precious stones, clothes, chickpeas, carpets, saffron, kitchenware, and goat and cow hides."

The Chamber of Commerce and Investment said exports through air corridors are important for economic growth and emphasized that the cost of transportation through air corridors should be reduced.

Tawakal Ahmadiyar, the head of the Chamber of Commerce and Investment, said: "Before, they would give us a subsidy so that we could learn a method that would make our productions recognized in the world and also make it cheaper for us."

A number of businessmen considered the resumption of flights by international aviation companies beneficial for increasing exports through airfields.

"Since international flights have resumed in Afghanistan, our request is that the Islamic Emirate provide us with a subsidy so that we can also export abroad," said Zalmay Azimi, a businessman.

Based on the information from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, in 1402 (solar year), exports worth $1.8 billion were conducted outside the country, part of which was through air corridors.

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